Death row Briton Lindsay Sandiford set to launch her appeal

Death row Briton Lindsay Sandiford set to launch her appeal By Simon Parry PUBLISHED: 00:51 GMT, 10 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:53 GMT, 10 February 2013 A British grandmother facing the firing squad in Bali for drug smuggling will appeal against her sentence tomorrow, her lawyer has revealed. Lindsay Sandiford was caught smuggling almost 5kg of cocaine worth 1.6 million into the country from Bangkok last May

Dream 20,000 wedding in New Zealand for mother-of-five with terminal cancer after she was told she has just months to live

Dream 20,000 wedding in New Zealand for mother-of-five with terminal cancer after she was told she has just months to live Sharon Heazle and new husband Mark married in an emotional service in New ZealandThe couple, plus their five children, then visited LA and Florida's Disney World for Christmas The family, from Norwich, pooled together 20,000 for the dream getawaySharon, 42, has terminal cancer and may only have months to live | UPDATED: 18:25 GMT, 30 December 2012 A brave mother-of-five with terminal cancer has celebrated her dream wedding after discovering she may only have months to live. Sharon Heazle and new husband Mark said their vows in an emotional ceremony attended by close friends and family next to a waterfall in New Zealand

Malcolm Levesconte: Generous strangers show Christmas generousity as festive fund "stolen" by landlord is replaced

The kindness of strangers: Internet well-wishers replace 30,000 Christmas club fund 'stolen' by pub landlord in just THREE daysOne kind-hearted anonymous benefactor gave the villagers 10,000Landlord Malcolm Levesconte is thought to have fled the countryPolice fear he may have jumped into the sea from a ferry bound for France | UPDATED: 20:24 GMT, 19 December 2012 Vanished: Malcolm Levesconte, 59, is thought to have fled the country and then jumped into the sea while on a ferry to France When a pub landlord disappeared with a 30,000 Christmas fund raised by families just before the big day, it came close to ruining village festivities. But generous strangers restored local faith in the season of goodwill, by replacing the money within days.