Bodies of children aged three, two and 11 months found by police after a woman fell from a multi-storey car parkChildren discovered after woman fell to her death in LowestoftSuffolk Police say they are treating the deaths of the children as suspicious By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 15:38 GMT, 15 April 2013 | UPDATED: 17:00 GMT, 15 April 2013 Three children have been found dead today after their mother fell to her death from a multi-storey car park. Suffolk Police closed off Gordon Road in Lowestoft after 8am when a woman in her twenties was found with fatal head injuries. Paramedics and an air ambulance attended the scene but the woman could not be saved.
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).
Cull one million deer a year to stop them from devastating woodland, wildflowers and crops, say experts A cull is necessary to keep a population explosion under control Without it, they will continue to devastate woodland, wildflowers and crops By Emily Andrews PUBLISHED: 02:02 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:55 GMT, 7 March 2013 We should stop seeing wild deer as cuddly ‘Bambis’ and cull half their number to stop further damage to the countryside, experts said yesterday. Shooting almost a million animals every year using trained hunters is necessary to keep a population explosion under control, they warned.
Is company being paid to help the NHS hide its death rates Critics say firm 'reclassifies' potentially avoidable deaths Firm said it could help reduce death rates by re-categorising deaths as being caused by terminal illness rather than poor care By Sophie Borland PUBLISHED: 03:24 GMT, 4 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:00 GMT, 4 March 2013 Hospitals may be paying thousands of pounds to a private firm to cover up their patient death rates.
BREAKING NEWS: Man, 72, and woman, 57, found dead inside houseThe pair were found dead at an address in Cheshunt, HertfordshirePolice were called to the house by ambulance service at 6.30pm yesterdayDetectives are not seeking anyone else in connection with the deaths By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 15:41 GMT, 12 January 2013 | UPDATED: 17:05 GMT, 12 January 2013 A 72-year-old man and a 57-year-old woman have been found dead inside a house, police said today. Hertfordshire Police were called to an address on Great Cambridge Road in Cheshunt by the ambulance service around 6.30pm yesterday. The pair were found dead at the address
Skydiver, 56, dies after parachute fails to open during jump at Scottish airfield Victim named as experienced skydiver David Ball from EdinburghCause unknown but 'too low' theory being probedSite has had a number of incidents in recent yearsFatal accident at Strathallan airfield in Perthshire yesterday , is David Ball, 56, from the Barnton area of Edinburgh.
The 'murder and mayhem' squad: Shocking new revelations by former undercover soldier who carried out 'shoot first, ask questions later' attacks on IRA terrorists for the British Army Former British soldier says unit carried out secret campaign against the IRASays controversial shootings were carried out by the Military Reaction ForceHis accounts are being studied by Historical Enquiries Team | UPDATED: 22:27 GMT, 22 December 2012 A former British soldier who belonged to an undercover unit in Northern Ireland has claimed he and his colleagues resorted to ‘murder and mayhem’ during a secret campaign against the IRA. Simon Cursey was a member of a 30-man team which would ‘shoot first and ask questions later’
Three million elderly Britons are dreading a lonely Christmas: Festive period brings back sad memories of lost loved ones Many fear leaving the house because of poor weather, says charity Age UK Research reveals 840,000 over 65s find Christmas brings back sad memories By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 00:17 GMT, 20 December 2012 | UPDATED: 02:17 GMT, 20 December 2012 Around three million elderly people are dreading the thought of a cold, lonely Christmas, says Age UK. The charity, which surveyed 1,000 over-65s, said many will be spending it on their own.
Winter vomiting bug hits 700,000 people as early onset of virus catches NHS 'unawares' | UPDATED: 09:35 GMT, 5 December 2012 Increase: Almost 700,000 people have been struck down by norovirus Hundreds of thousands have been struck down with the winter vomiting bug, according to figures. The number of confirmed cases of norovirus is already up two-thirds compared to this time last year and experts warn they will only rise further over the next few weeks
24,000 'died because of cold homes' last winter: Fears grow that figure could be higher this year because of spiralling bills 'Excess winter deaths' figures were published yesterday with majority of victims over 75Cold homes are known to exacerbate underlying medical conditions in the elderly | UPDATED: 07:41 GMT, 30 November 2012 Spiralling energy bills contributed to 24,000 deaths last winter, as many elderly people cut back on their heating. The shocking toll will increase fears that the number will be even higher this year because of further increases in energy bills and warnings of a particularly cold winter