‘I found a live snail in my hospital dinner’: New mum, 20, tells of supper horror on maternity wardAngel Crawford was tucking into her dinner at Aberdeen Maternity Unit when she spotted the molluscSnail believed to have made way onto plate via a packet of frozen peas The model and musician has vowed never to eat hospital food again By Tara Brady PUBLISHED: 17:00 GMT, 23 January 2013 | UPDATED: 19:21 GMT, 23 January 2013 A young mother has spoken of her shock at finding a snail in her hospital dinner shortly after giving birth. Angel Crawford, 20, recoiled in horror after spotting the mollusc while eating her mashed potato at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital. The model and musician, who was recovering with new baby Aimee, has vowed never to eat hospital food again
That's one ice-cold climber! Fearless daredevil tackles 450ft-tall frozen waterfall | UPDATED: 10:01 GMT, 24 December 2012 This is the terrifying moment a daredevil climber dices with death as he scales a gigantic frozen waterfall.
Peaceful and idyllic images of the frozen north reveal the beauty of nature's glaciers and ice deserts | UPDATED: 23:59 GMT, 23 December 2012 Surreal and transfixing pictures of icebergs, glaciers and cliffs reveal the different colors and hues of beautiful frozen wastelands of Greenland, Iceland, Scotland and the Faroe Islands.
Freeze frame: Incredible close-up pictures of ice captured in minute detail on the streets of MoscowThey were taken by Russian photographer Andrew Osokin in MoscowHe braved the cold using Nikon D-80 and D-90 cameras and special lensesHe doesn't use a studio, just takes pictures of what he sees while walking | UPDATED: 19:10 GMT, 20 December 2012 These spell-binding pictures bring a whole new meaning to the term freeze frame. They look like painstakingly carved ice art that even the most experienced sculptors would be proud of
Recognition at last for our Arctic heroes as they are finally given medals after 70 years David Cameron delivers on pledge to introduce a specific Arctic MedalBoth survivors and victims of dangerous and arduous sea missions will receive accolades Their heroism, stoicism and sacrifice directly contributed to victory on Eastern Front By Tim Shipman and Ian Drury UPDATED: 23:02 GMT, 19 December 2012 Veterans of the Arctic Convoys won their 70-year battle for recognition yesterday when David Cameron revealed they will finally be given campaign medals. The 200 survivors will be presented with the medals next year, marking a victory for the Daily Mail’s campaign to win recognition for the veterans of the convoys
Sub-zero Britain to warm up as Atlantic front sweeps in… but the 'Pest from the West' will bring more rain and the wet weather could last until ChristmasRiver Thames freezes over at Wargrave, Berkshire, and in parts of LondonTemperatures set to rise by Friday… but rain is also set to return | UPDATED: 01:52 GMT, 13 December 2012 Freezing fog and ice brought beautiful scenes to the countryside but transport chaos in many cities yesterday as temperatures plummeted to -10C
Good news kids: Dreaded Brussels sprouts may be forced off the Christmas menu after 70% price rise The cost of Christmas dinner has soared by more than double the increase in wages over the past five yearsAsda was found to be the cheapest supermarket for the fourth year runningIt's not all bad news though – the price of champagne is down nearly 10 per cent | UPDATED: 23:47 GMT, 9 December 2012 Britain’s children got some welcome news about the family Christmas dinner yesterday….Brussels sprouts are unlikely to be on the menu after a massive price rise.
The end of frozen fingers for iPhone fans: New leather gloves that let you use a touchscreen | UPDATED: 18:40 GMT, 3 December 2012 Having a touchscreen phone in winter can be a pain, especially when you have to constantly take your glove off to use it. But that inconvenience could now be a thing of the past after a company came up with a novel pair of leather gloves that allow you to use your iPhone without taking them off