Police investigate 13 deaths in a year due to mistakes by paramedics

Police investigate 13 deaths in a year due to mistakes by paramedics Errors made by East Midlands Ambulance Service include taking eight hours to respond to an elderly manStaff also left morphine tablets on the roof of a rapid response car and moved patient with broken neckService was recently named worst in the country for responding to the most serious 999 calls /13) equates to 0.009%, or a serious incident every 10,377 jobs. 'EMAS is open and honest and publishes information about all serious incidents for the Trust Board to consider (and publishes details on our website).

Young mother, 21, who lost her four-month- old baby son and "couldn"t face Christmas without him" is found hanged

Grieving mother, 21, who 'couldn't face Christmas without tragic four-month-old baby son' is found hangedLaura Hill, from Pembrokeshire, Wales, was found hanged at a retail parkShe had walked out of a nearby hospital where she was being treatedThe young mother's four month old son Jayden died suddenly last year Friends say she was dreading the thought of Christmas without himAn investigation has been launched the Hywel Dda Health Board | UPDATED: 12:59 GMT, 19 December 2012 Tragic: Young mother Laura Hill, who was struggling to cope with the death of her son Jayden, pictured, was found hanged A young mother who was struggling to come to terms with the death of her baby son has been found hanged.

Could Roquefort be GOOD for the heart? Blue cheese has anti-inflammatory properties that guard against cardiovascular disease

Could Roquefort be GOOD for the heart Blue cheese has anti-inflammatory properties that guard against cardiovascular disease Biotechnologists say Roquefort may be a 'miracle food' behind French diners' famous good health But claims the mouldy blue cheese is a miracle health food are rotten, says leading nutritionist | UPDATED: 22:53 GMT, 17 December 2012 When you settle down to the cheese board this Christmas, try not to feel too guilty.

Is frosting the coolest trend so far? Facebook pictures of people in summer gear posing in freezing conditions

Is frosting the coolest trend so far Facebook group takes pictures of themselves in summer gear posing in freezing conditions | UPDATED: 11:25 GMT, 17 December 2012 If winter's already getting you down, you might want to resort to the latest Facebook trend and pretend the temperature can't stop you.

Sherwood Park Community Primary School"s entire governing body forced to resign after spending 6,000 of public funds on headteacher"s…

Primary school's entire governing body forced to resign after spending 6,000 of public funds on headteacher's farewell BBQ Governing body resigned over 'financial irregularity' relating to the partyVicar Rev Brian Stephen Senior among ten governors who stepped downSurprise party marked end of Keith Marden's 25-year tenure as head | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 14 December 2012 Enlarge Farewell: Headteacher Keith Marden said he had nothing to do with the organising of his farewell party that cost 6,000 The entire governing body of a poorly performing school that blew 6,000 of its budget on a headteacher's leaving party has resigned over 'financial irregularity'. Parents and politicians condemned the decision to use money from the ailing budget at Sherwood Park Community Primary School in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, on the summer send-off for Keith Marden

Board game dads who hate to lose: Study finds fathers will go all out to win but mothers are happy to see their children take victory

Board game dads who hate to lose: Study finds fathers will go all out to win – but mothers are happy to see their children take victory | UPDATED: 02:18 GMT, 13 December 2012 For a good Monopoly battle this Christmas, make sure you play with your dad. Research reveals fathers are more likely to go all out to win when they play board games with their children. Mothers, however, will happily allow their sons and daughters to enjoy the thrill of victory if it makes life easier

Dying rhino leads calf to safety in final act of motherly love as game reserve poachers go on four-day killing spree in South Africa

Dying mother rhino leads her calf to farm lodge and safety after being attacked by poachers on killing spree in South AfricaPoachers kill eight rhino in four day killing spree in North West provinceIt left maggot-covered carcasses dotted across Finfoot Game ReserveFive men charged in connection with the massacre and due in courtBut game reserve staff say 'It's not “if”, it's “when”' poachers return | UPDATED: 00:05 GMT, 27 November 2012 A dying rhino summoned the strength to save her calf as poachers went on a killing spree on a game reserve in South Africa, keepers said today. The slaughter lasted between three and four days and left maggot-covered carcasses dotted across the landscape at the Finfoot Game Reserve near Sun City in North West province. Gamekeepers said after being shot at, the pride of the reserve named Longhorn realised she would die