Boss of renowned English vineyard who crashed his sports car after getting 'tipsy' at a wine tasting sued for 300,000 by injured girlfriend Winemaker and his girlfriend had been at a London wine tasting since 11am Art Tukker, 24, then drove home from Haslemere station to West Sussex Tukker escaped the crash of his TVR sports car unscathedHis ex-girlfriend was 'seriously injured' and had to be cut from wreckage By Olivia Williams PUBLISHED: 20:55 GMT, 22 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:57 GMT, 22 March 2013 The owner of an English vineyard who crashed his sports car after getting 'tipsy' at a wine tasting is being sued for 300,000 by his injured former girlfriend.
Ex-police chief and his lover found shot dead in porch of their home 'after neighbours spotted bloodstains on window' Police were called to the house on the Moonrakers estate in DevizesBody of former police inspector Bill Dowling and his partner were found Both victims appeared to have sustained gunshot woundsNeighbours called police after seeing the bodies in the porch Wiltshire Police said the news will 'shock the community' By Andy Dolan and Luke Salkeld PUBLISHED: 08:33 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:50 GMT, 4 March 2013 Ex-police chief Bill Dowling was found shot dead at his home in Moonrakers, Devizes A retired police inspector and his girlfriend were found shot dead at his home, it emerged yesterday. The bodies of Bill Dowling, 59, and a woman named locally as Vicky, were lying in the blood- spattered porch.
Boy, 16, stabbed to death near housing estate in central London Police called to Pimlico at 6:50pm last night after reports of a stabbing Boy taken to south London hospital but died two hours later at 8:45pmNo arrests made yet and detectives keeping 'open mind' in investigation By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 01:57 GMT, 28 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:10 GMT, 28 January 2013 A 16-year-old boy was stabbed to death last night near a housing estate in central London. Police were called to the scene on Lupus Street in Pimlico at 6:50pm after reports of a stabbing and the youth was taken to a hospital in south London where he later died at 8:45pm. A Metropolitan Police spokesman told MailOnline early this morning that detectives were keeping an ‘open mind’ in their investigations over the death and no arrests had yet been made.
Got $100million to spare on a new pad for the New Year Then take a peek inside Manhattan's three most expensive listings of 2012 Three most expensive properties in New York City listed between $95million and $100millionResidence at Sherry-Netherlands listed for $95M – but only has $1 per month real estate taxCitySpire penthouse listed for $100million – it has three floors and 360-degree views15 Central Park West also listed for $95million /09/21/article-0-1520D9AD000005DC-656_634x939.jpg” width=”634″ height=”939″ alt=”High living: The 18th floor of the Sherry-Netherland, a co-op residential hotel across from the Plaza, is selling for a staggering $95million” class=”blkBorder” /> High living: The 18th floor of the Sherry-Netherland, a co-op residential hotel across from the Plaza, is selling for a staggering $95million Austere: A copper gargoyle adorns the building, which overlooks the southeast end of Central Park Old school: The lobby reflects the glamorous old New York set, with attended elevators and marble details Aside from its expansive space, the Fifth Avenue property boasts services associated with old New York, including valets in white gloves, turn-down service, maid service, 24-hour concierge, and in-room dining from Harry Cipriani. It was designed in 1927 by the same architecture firm that created The Waldorf-Astoria and The Pierre; its 165 apartments were converted to co-ops in 1954. A property at 15 Central Park West was also listed for $95million, and the sweeping French Gothic Woolworth Mansion was listed for $90million
Smile ma'am: Queen and Prince Philip are snapped by construction workers at King's Cross as they set off for Christmas at Sandringham by train Builders snapped away with their camera phones as couple stepped out carQueen boarded train to King's Lynn station in Norfolk for Christmas Then a 30-minute journey took them to private estate SandringhamQueen spotted doing paperwork on the train and opening briefcaseDuke of Edinburgh had a book with him for the trip Queen's message will be shown in 3D and HD for first time this year | UPDATED: 15:56 GMT, 20 December 2012 The Queen and Prince Philip were greeted by excited workmen today as they arrived at King's Cross station to take a train to Sandringham for their annual Christmas stay. Their well-wishers – a group of construction workers – snapped away with their camera phones as the couple stepped out of their car. In keeping with tradition, the Royal couple then boarded a train to King's Lynn station in Norfolk on a 90-minute journey to the private estate where they will enjoy the festivities surrounded by family.
Beautiful photographs of horse loggers trudging through snow at Balmoral to avoid machines damaging picturesque grounds Simon Lenihan was pictured removing the trees in Crathie, AberdeenshireHorses used in place of large timber machines to minimise soil damagePhotographer Jeff Mitchell: 'It's one of the most beautiful places in the UK' | UPDATED: 21:37 GMT, 12 December 2012 It was a picturesque scene that could easily grace the cover of a Christmas card, as a full-time commercial horse logger was photographed removing Scots Pine trees from in the snow. Simon Lenihan was pictured removing the trees in Crathie, Aberdeenshire, from the Balmoral Estate yesterday with Belgian Ardennes horses Sultan De Le Campagne, 15, and Salome Du Pre Renier, 4.
The parking bays that cost more than a house: Trio of Cornish spaces sell for 160,000The spaces in St Ives sold for 55,000, 56,000 and 50,000 at auctionTwo more parking spots received bids of 50k but did not sell as their reserve was not metThe tiny spaces are 30 seconds walking distance from the centre of the popular beach fronted town | UPDATED: 21:16 GMT, 28 November 2012 Three car parking spaces in the exclusive Cornish resort of St Ives have been sold at auction for a staggering combined total of 161,000. The two remaining parking bays in the same lot, all measuring just 20ft (6.1m) by 8ft (2.4m), attracted offers of 50,000 each – but failed to sell as the bids did not meet the reserve prices set by the owners. The three that did sell went for 55,000, 56,000 and 50,000
EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Andrew Marr is in purrrfect working order… | UPDATED: 22:38 GMT, 28 November 2012 Sir Cliff Richard, 72, hopes to record with the late Elvis Presley from beyond the grave, saying: ‘Outside America, it was always Elvis and Cliff. I came second to him many times and there were times when I was able to compete with his success
Family’s fury after elderly aunt leaves entire 8million estate to next-door neighbour to thank her for buying her bread and milkWidow Betty Harris left entire estate to neighbour as a 'thank you gift'Will caused a bitter legal dispute as Mrs Harris' family challenged in courtMrs Harris complained that her relatives 'all want their bit of money' | UPDATED: 16:20 GMT, 28 November 2012 It is often said that a small act of daily kindness goes a long way. But one lucky Australian could not have expected that her good deeds would land her a multi-million dollar cheque. The next-door neighbour, who helped an elderly widow with her daily chores, was left with a ‘thank you’ gift of eight million pounds
Russian supergrass, 44, found dead outside leafy Surrey mansion (and he's the FOURTH person linked to multi-million pound tax fraud to die mysteriously) Alexander Perepilichnyy provided evidence against corrupt tax officials involved in fraudHis evidence showed they had become extremely wealthy shortly after a British investment fund was ripped off in a 144m scam The 44-year-old collapsed in his road, one of the most secure in the UKPolice are treating the death as 'unexplained'He is the fourth person linked to the shadowy 'Klyuev Group' to have died suddenly | UPDATED: 12:04 GMT, 28 November 2012 Murky underworld: Alexander Perepilichnyy, 44, collapsed in his cul-de-sac after helping prosecutors investigate corrupt Russian tax officials A Russian supergrass who was helping prosecutors to uncover a multimillion-pound money laundering scam operated by his fellow countrymen has died at his Surrey estate in mysterious circumstances. Wealthy Alexander Perepilichnyy, who collapsed outside his mansion in a gated Weybridge cul-de-sac, fled to Britain three years ago after falling foul of a powerful crime syndicate.