Lured to her death by text: Final moments of pregnant woman kicked to death by ex-boyfriend who also killed his unborn baby Tony McLernon, 24, killed Eystna Blunnie, 20, in Harlow, Essex, last yearLured her to address with text message saying 'I've got a surprise for you'Savage beating in the street killed Miss Blunnie and their unborn childTried to blame attack on two men saying he had been unable to help herJury at Chelmsford Crown Court took just two hours to find him guiltyCCTV footage shows Miss Blunnie en route to meet her killer our family was shattered by the death of a loving daughter, Eystna, and her unborn child, Rose. 'The worst part was to find out that their deaths were such a brutal murder
Jobcentre worker, 60, scoops world's biggest ever online bingo win after landing 5.9MILLION jackpot from a bet of just 30p Grandfather John Orchard, of Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, won on SundayFormer factory worker trading his Renault Clio car for 40,000 Jaguar XFHe won jackpot on wheel of fortune-style game on website ButlersBingoBeat old record held by 'Georgios', 36, of Greece, who won 5.1m in 2009Old UK record held by Soraya Lowell, who won 1.2m in Scotland in 2008 | UPDATED: 17:09 GMT, 13 December 2012 A Jobcentre worker has scooped 5.9million in the world's biggest ever online bingo win – after betting just 30p on a video slot game based on Batman film The Dark Knight. John Orchard, 60, of Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, had only been playing on the ButlersBingo website for a few days before his extraordinary win on a wheel of fortune-type of game on Sunday morning. The grandfather-of-three has traded his Renault Clio for a 40,000 Jaguar XF, is set to visit Center Parcs this weekend with his wife Linda and family and expects Christmas to ‘be a blinder this year’.
Board game dads who hate to lose: Study finds fathers will go all out to win – but mothers are happy to see their children take victory | UPDATED: 02:18 GMT, 13 December 2012 For a good Monopoly battle this Christmas, make sure you play with your dad. Research reveals fathers are more likely to go all out to win when they play board games with their children. Mothers, however, will happily allow their sons and daughters to enjoy the thrill of victory if it makes life easier
FA blows whistle on football trophies for children in bid to combat pushy parentsThe rule, which is already in force for under-7 and under-8s, will be introduced for the under 9 age group next week | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 8 December 2012 For years youngsters have joined football clubs in the hope of not only winning their local league – but also collecting an end of season trophy.
BBC turns its back on talent and fame shows as it launches search for Britain's Brightest Clare Balding will host the new show that will test contestants' intelligenceShow will take prime-time Saturday night slot over from The Voice | UPDATED: 10:30 GMT, 1 December 2012 Forget old-hat singing competitions or watching celebrities fine tune their Waltz, the BBC is launching a new entertainment show to find Britain's Brightest brain. The new show will next year take the prime-time Saturday night slot currently occupied by the much criticised singing contest The Voice. It is hoped Britain's Brightest will help promote intelligence rather than beauty or fame.