Three women were found alive after spending ten years caged inside of a small worn down home. During their captivity, the women were only allowed outdoors for a few times when they stepped into a nearby garage under disguise.
The women were raped repeatedly during this time by a former bus driver aged 52. The man is . . . → Read More: Missing women found alive after 10 years
An incident involving three foreign climbers and local Sherpa guides on Mount Everest is being investigated by Nepalese mountaineering officials. The two renown European climbers had a high altitude brawl with the Nepalese guides in an incident described as being terrifying, by one of the mountaineers.
As they approached the 7.470 meters (24,500 feet) Camp Three on . . . → Read More: Mount Everest incident being investigated
David Cameron says to “. . . vote conservative and get good value for money.” The Prime Minister is out there drumming up support for his administration in advance of the May 2 local elections when 27 county councils and seven unitary authorities will have the voting booths open, with a total of 2,362 seats up . . . → Read More: PM desperate for a good showing in next weeks local elections
The university in London which was banned from accepting applications from international students from outside of the EU has had its licence reinstated following a UK Home Office inspection.
There are conditions, however, and the London Metropolitan University is now on a probationary period lasting 12 months to ensure that it fully complies with the rules and . . . → Read More: University banned from taking foreign students gets its licence back
The prime minister has recently pressed upon the need for the United Kingdom to keep its Trident nuclear deterrent, declaring that it would be stupid to do away with a currently well defended Britain should a confrontation arise. This comes in the wake of growing concern over the actions of North Korea who are threatening a . . . → Read More: David Cameron says Trident must stay
The UK Border Agency (UKBA) has published a scathing report, telling of the delays that people go through when renewing their Visas. This has brought some sense of vindication to Australians who have suffered from the experience.
According to a select Home Affairs committee, if nothing is done to rectify the situation, it would take 24 years . . . → Read More: UK Border Agency under attack from Australians
With winter still well in control, balmy days with bees going about their business seems an awful long way off but they are very hot topic up in Newcastle this Saturday when 2 events take place at the city’s Great North Museum which is focussing on their alarmingly dwindling numbers and what we can do about . . . → Read More: There’s a definite buzz in the air at the Great North Museum
A man that spent twenty years running from the law in the US has finally been placed in jail with a five year sentence for stealing a security van in Suffolk that had £1.2m contained in it. Eddie Maher, aged 57, has been sought after by the police ever since the van that he was supposed . . . → Read More: Suffolk Security van thief finally apprehended in the US
Linguistic skills may not seem to be all that important for medical professionals, but after a German doctor recently killed a patient accidentally on his very first shift in a UK hospital, new rules have been put in place to ensure the communication barrier does not prevent good treatments from being dispensed.
Now a crew of 220 . . . → Read More: Patient’s death brings about changes in foreign doctors’ language skills
Oscar Pistorius, a well known Olympian from South Africa, has recently been arrested for the death of his girlfriend. The athlete was read his rights while he was sobbing, head in his hands, and being brought to the police station. The charge for premeditated murder seemed to come as a shock, and Pistorius will soon have . . . → Read More: Blade runner arrested for murder