It's like living in a tanning salon! Family's agony over neighbour's solar panels that reflects sunlight directly into their home Trevor Chase, 81, fitted the panels on top of his bungalow in Devon His next door neighbour Robert Phipps says his home is now lit up His family have to retreat behind thick curtains to hide from the glare Torridge District Council said planning permission was not required By Luke Salkeld PUBLISHED: 13:33 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:59 GMT, 25 April 2013 Sitting in your conservatory is supposed to be a relaxing way of spending a sunny afternoon. But for the Phipps family the sunshine means they are forced to retreat behind blackout curtains after their neighbour installed solar panels
Man left brain damaged and paralysed after vicious attack has 'spoken' for the first time in 20 years – thanks to an iPad By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 16:28 GMT, 17 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:59 GMT, 17 February 2013 A man left brain-damaged and paralysed after an attack 20 years ago has been able to 'talk' again for the first time with the help of an iPad.
New brain 'injection' treatment gives hope to 20,000 stroke sufferersGroundbreaking new treatment dissolves 'golf ball-sized' clotsPatients who use drugs had less disability a year later, study saysClots removed in 50 per cent of patients given medication, compared to just 5 per cent receiving standard care By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 01:26 GMT, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 07:58 GMT, 8 February 2013 Groundbreaking: New treatment which sees drugs inserted in the brain of stroke victims could help thousands who suffer a brain haemorrhage (file picture Surgeons are inserting drugs in the brain of stroke victims to dissolve ‘golf ball-sized’ clots in a groundbreaking new treatment. The technique could help thousands of patients who suffer a bleeding stroke, or brain haemorrhage, for which there is currently no surgical treatment
Two men arrested over brutal murder of organist killed in 'random attack' as he went to Midnight Mass Father-of-four Alan Greaves attacked with weapon on Christmas EveMan in his 20s and another in his 40s arrested on suspicion of murderMen are currently in custody and police are 'searching number of properties' Mr Greaves Found by pizza delivery driver but died from injuries in hospital'Bewildered' widow Maureen pays tribute to 'soft and caring husband' | UPDATED: 18:08 GMT, 29 December 2012 Respected: Church organist Alan Greaves, 68, was attacked on his way to Midnight Mass in Sheffield and later died from his injuries Two men have been arrested in relation to the murder of church organist Alan Greaves who was brutally attacked on his way to Midnight Mass.
Why having a hot temper is 'good for your health': Expressing negative emotions can add two years to your life Researchers at University of Jena in Germany assessed 6,000+ patientsFound that those who internalised their anxiety suffered from a raised pulseHot-tempered Italians and Spanish 'live longer than stiff-upper lip English' | UPDATED: 23:10 GMT, 25 December 2012 Hot-tempered Italians and Spanish live nearly two years longer than the ‘stiff-upper lip’ English, researchers claim.
Forget Lassie, Millie is my life-saver: Specially trained dog raised the alarm when disabled owner fell into diabetic coma Labrador saved owner Paul McKenzie after he passed out unconsciousPressed panic button with her paw and paramedics arrived'If it wasn't for her, I wouldn't be here now,' he said | UPDATED: 08:09 GMT, 21 December 2012 If Paul McKenzie shouts ‘alarm’, his dog Millie is trained to press a panic button. But when he slipped into a diabetic coma, he was far beyond shouting – and seemingly beyond help. Millie, however, had other ideas.
Boyfriend, 32, beat and shook partner's baby to death while she was out shoppingBaby Slater Sharkey suffered 25 bruises from his head to his toes when he died aged 13 monthsRichard Morgan, 32, harmed the baby over 18 hours prior to his death in December 2010The baby's mother Rachel Peacock has also been convicted of cruelty to a child The pair will be sentenced tomorrow | UPDATED: 17:46 GMT, 18 December 2012 A 32-year-old man who beat and shook a baby to death while the boy's mother went shopping was convicted of his manslaughter today. Slater Sharkey suffered 25 bruises from his head to his toes when he died aged 13 months in December 2010, a jury at Newcastle Crown Court heard
Pub landlady sues brewery for 1m after she 'hanged herself' while putting Christmas decorations away Bolt attaching ladder to attic entrance came loose causing her to fallShe fell and hanged herself between the rungs of the ladder, suffering broken jaw, missing tooth and neck injuries | UPDATED: 13:30 GMT, 5 December 2012 Injured: Mira Bateman is suing brewery Brakspear for not providing her with 'proper access to the attic' A brewery is being sued by a pub landlady who accidentally 'hanged herself' while climbing the pub's ladder on New Year's Day. Mira Bateman, 57, was publican and tenant of The Plowden Arms, in Shiplake Cross, near Henley-on-Thames, when the accident occurred as she returned decorations to the attic
Attacker beat MS sufferer so savagely she spent three weeks in a coma and was unrecognisable to relativesHeather McQueen, 53, was left with such severe injuries her own family did not recognise herThe 53-year-old multiple sclerosis sufferer was set upon in her own home Durham police are still hunting the attacker which left her in a coma | UPDATED: 17:54 GMT, 29 November 2012 Battered: Heather McQueen was beaten so severely her own sister did not recognise her A disabled woman attacked in her own home was left with such severe injuries her own family did not recognise her.
MINUS 20C Britain faces coldest winter for 100 years, warn forecasters as Big Freeze follows floodTemperatures to plummet to minus 3C this week and could fall as low as 20C in December Fears that snow blizzards could close roads and shut down rail networks as winter takes hold But torrential rain which has deluged country and swamped St Asaph in North Wales will finally ease | UPDATED: 11:11 GMT, 28 November 2012 Britain will shiver tonight as temperatures plummet in the first taste of what promises to be one of our coldest winters for a century. The cold snap is expected to last until the end of the week, creating dangerous conditions on the roads and adding to the misery of those already battling floods