Early to bed and early to rise won't make you wealthy and wise, research shows as night owls are linked to high income earnersUniversity of Madrid researchers tested nearly 1,000 teenagersEarly risers do well at school but are outstripped by night owls at work By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 16:01 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:01 GMT, 24 March 2013 They are most likely to be healthy, wealthy and wise, according to the old adage. But those who are early to bed and early to rise do not always have the upper hand, researchers say. They have revealed that night owls are generally brighter and wealthier than those able to get up early in the morning.
Desperate hunt launched for British teenager who is missing in the searing heat of the Australian outbackSam Woodhead, 18, was staying on cattle ranch in QueenslandThe teenager, from London, hasn't been seen since TuesdayPolice say they have grave fears for his safety as daytime temperatures soared to almost 40C By Richard Shears PUBLISHED: 06:52 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:52 GMT, 14 February 2013 Missing: Sam Woodhead, 18, from Richmond, south-west London, went for a run on Tuesday and hasn't been seen since A desperate search has been launched for a British teenager who is missing in the searing heat of the Australian outback. Sam Woodhead, 18, from Richmond, south-west London, went for a run on Tuesday from the Queensland cattle ranch where he had been staying – and failed to return. Police said today they held grave fears for his safety as daytime temperatures soared to almost 40C.
Former soldier sends his medals to Prince Charles after fight to stay in the UK leaves his family facing financial ruinBale Baleiwai served in the Army for 12 yearsThe Fijian was refused UK citizenship after he quit the ForcesHis family face ruin after a successful six month fight to stay in the UKHe has returned four medals to the Prince of Wales in disgust By Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 09:07 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 20:43 GMT, 24 January 2013 A Fijian soldier who spent 13 years in the Army has sent his four medals to the Prince of Wales after a fight against deportation from the UK left him facing bankruptcy. Bale Baleiwai, 32, sent the medals to Prince Charles with a letter saying that they had lost their meaning because of the treatment received by him and his British wife and children.
Gary Lineker to sign new Match of the Day deal – but BBC force him to take a 500,000 pay cutHe will present football on Beeb until after 2014 World Cup in BrazilFormer England star's 2m-a-year deal is up this summer Most Match of the Day pundits have also had to swallow salary cuts By Martin Robinson and Charles Sale PUBLISHED: 10:11 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:03 GMT, 24 January 2013 Gary Lineker is poised to sign a new contract with the BBC to continue as the host of Match of the Day – but the presenter will take an estimated 500,000 pay cut in the process.
Pool without a view: William and Kate to move bathing area out of sight of prying eyes over topless pictures scandalPlans submitted to relocate pool at Anmer Hall which is expected to be gifted to the royal coupleTopless photographs were taken of Kate while she was beside a pool on holiday in France last year By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 14:32 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:01 GMT, 14 January 2013 The pool at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's new home could be moved to a sunnier and more private site it has today been claimed.
Face to face, Sir David and the pink iguana as Attenborough reveals lizard even Darwin missed in new series on Galapagos IslandsSir David Attenborough examines the iguana in his new series Galapagos 3DThe lizard is so rare it wasn't documented by science until 2009Islands which were beloved by Charles Darwin are famous for unique wildlife /12/31/article-0-16B3E7F1000005DC-241_306x423.jpg” width=”306″ height=”423″ alt=”Close up: Sir David Attenborough reveals the secrets of the rare pink iguana for the first time on screen from its home in the Galapagos Islands” class=”blkBorder” /> Close up: Sir David Attenborough reveals the secrets of the rare pink iguana for the first time on screen from its home in the Galapagos Islands At his age, David Attenborough thought he’d seen most things – but his extraordinary career still holds surprises. For the first time on screen, the veteran broadcaster reveals the secrets of the very rare pink iguana from its remote home on the Galapagos Islands
Why Kate may never become Queen: MP proposes Duchess should be given title of 'Princess Consort' when William becomes King MP John Hemming wants amendment to repeal of royal primogeniture lawsWives of ruling Kings adopt title of Queen Consort under current rulesBut husbands of monarchs have no official title – we don't have 'King Philip'Hemming to ask Commons to consider amendment to repeal next month | UPDATED: 10:54 GMT, 30 December 2012 The Duchess of Cambridge is facing the prospect of never becoming Prince William’s Queen.
Laughter, the perfect tonic: Two days after missing church with a cold, smiling Queen is back in fine form for Christmas service Queen, 86, looked radiant in Sandringham in turquoise Peter Enrione dressDuke and Duchess of Cambridge opted to spend day with Kate's parentsWilliam and Kate joined her family to attend St Mark’s Church in EnglefieldMedia were requested to 'respect their privacy' outside Berkshire service | UPDATED: 00:42 GMT, 26 December 2012 The Queen appeared to have made a remarkable recovery yesterday from the heavy cold which caused her to miss church on Sunday for the first time in living memory. She looked radiant in a bright turquoise Peter Enrione dress and matching wool coat with a hat by Rachel Trevor-Morgan
History comes to life in vivid black-and-white portraits turned to color by talented 18-year-old artist | UPDATED: 12:30 GMT, 24 December 2012 You've seen Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin and Mark Twain – but never quite like this.
Hospital that left patient to starve to death and another unwashed for 11 weeks forced to pay 400,000 in compensation Human rights lawyers described mistreatment as 'appalling' failures of careWorcestershire Acute NHS Hospital Trust bosses will apologise to families Successful legal action by 38 families has led to total payouts of 410,000Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is 'disgusted and appalled' by the accountsPatients left thirsty while another had ribs broken as staff tried to lift himTrust accepts care was below standard but has not admitted legal liability | UPDATED: 01:56 GMT, 24 December 2012 A hospital trust has paid out more than 400,000 in compensation and issued dozens of apologies over an ‘appalling’ catalogue of neglect.