'My mum's doing the shopping': Picture of sleeping baby left in locked car with note provokes fury in New ZealandNote written from baby's perspective and included a phone numberIt read: 'My mum's in doing the shopping, call her if I need anything'A shocked passer-by spotted the infant in a supermarket car parkPhoto was posted Facebook and attracted thousands of comments But police will not be investigating because no one has reported it By Alex Gore PUBLISHED: 10:56 GMT, 25 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:24 GMT, 25 March 2013 A mother has provoked anger in New Zealand by leaving her newborn baby alone in a locked vehicle outside a supermarket with a note explaining that she had gone shopping. The message, written from the baby's perspective, included the women's mobile number and urged people to call her if necessary. A shocked passer-by had photographed the sleeping infant, visible through the window, on Saturday
Pictured: Young driver, 23, who lay dead in his Renault Clio for almost a week after skidding off motorway Karl Josiah is believed to have skidded off the M4 in heavy snow on Jan 18Car wreckage lay undiscovered until the ice began to thaw on Jan 23 By Suzannah Hills PUBLISHED: 17:16 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:49 GMT, 1 February 2013 Found: Karl Josiah's body is believed to have been in his snow-covered car for six days before he was discovered A young man lay undiscovered in his car for nearly a week after skidding off the motorway in snow and suffering fatal injuries. Karl Josiah, 23, was discovered dead inside his Renault Clio after the car came off the busy road and tumbled down a steep embankment. The mangled wreckage of the black car was then covered by a thick blanket of snow for up to six days after up to 10cms fell.
Sub-zero Britain to warm up as Atlantic front sweeps in… but the 'Pest from the West' will bring more rain and the wet weather could last until ChristmasRiver Thames freezes over at Wargrave, Berkshire, and in parts of LondonTemperatures set to rise by Friday… but rain is also set to return | UPDATED: 01:52 GMT, 13 December 2012 Freezing fog and ice brought beautiful scenes to the countryside but transport chaos in many cities yesterday as temperatures plummeted to -10C
Thermals at the ready. .