First picture of four-year-old boy who died after 60ft fall from a third floor window in a block of flatsCaleb Wallace fell from a building in Pollokshields, Glasgow, yesterday Rushed to hospital but police said he died a short time after arrivingStrathclyde Police have launched an investigation into cause of the fall By Matt Blake PUBLISHED: 16:53 GMT, 8 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:26 GMT, 9 March 2013 Four-year-old Caleb Wallace, who died after falling from the window of a block of flats in Pollokshields, Glasgow A four-year-old boy who died after falling from the top-floor window of a block of flats has been named as Caleb Wallace, police said. Caleb plunged from the third floor of a building in Pollokshields, Glasgow, at about 10.20am yesterday
Four-year-old boy dies after falling 60 FEET from third floor window in a block of flatsHe plunged from the third floor of a building in Pollokshields, GlasgowRushed to hospital but police said he died a short time after arrivingStrathclyde Police have launched an investigation into cause of the fall By Matt Blake PUBLISHED: 16:53 GMT, 8 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:50 GMT, 8 March 2013 A four-year-old boy has died after falling from the top-floor window of a block of flats, police said. The child plunged from the third floor of a building in Pollokshields, Glasgow, at about 10.20am
Cambridge debating stars left in tears by barrage of sexist heckles about their looks as Glasgow's male students wreck finals of competitionStudents at Glasgow University made derogatory comments during debateCompetition judge abused as she tried to quieten the hecklersCambridge University's debating club will not send students there again By John Stevens PUBLISHED: 22:39 GMT, 4 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:42 GMT, 5 March 2013 Target: Rebecca Meredith was reduced to tears as she tried to make herself heard over the sexist heckles and intimidation during the debate at Glasgow University It was supposed to be a meeting of the brightest young intellects. Sadly, some of those involved in a prestigious student debating competition were only interested in small-minded behaviour.
Police officer under investigation for smashing man's mobile phone after wrongly telling him it is against the law to film in publicPolice officer in Glasgow approaches group of men after girl claimed they had 'annoyed' herOfficer is filmed appearing to knock man's phone out of his hand Force is investigating incident after officer says man is 'not allowed to take pictures' shows a Strathclyde Police officer approach a group of men in Glasgow after a girl in a nightclub claimed they 'annoyed her'.
At least it's a white Christmas somewhere in Britain: 3-year-old gets ten tonnes of 'fresh' snow delivered to his front garden after winning prize draw | UPDATED: 09:07 GMT, 25 December 2012 The possibility of a white Christmas for most Brits seems to be ruled out but for one lucky 3-year-old it is guaranteed. Kelvin Kirkwood was treated to a 'snow fall' on Christmas Eve morning after his mother entered him into a competition at the local indoor snowsports centre. Ten tonnes of 'fresh snow' was dropped off in the family's front garden after Kelvin was entered into an online prize draw by his mother.
Why the Monday blues means you should make doctors appointments for the end of the week Appointments made for the beginning of the week were missed more often than those at the endPatients may feel less able to cope with the prospect of being given bad news at the start of the working weekShifting appointments to Thursday and Friday could save NHS 60m a year, claim experts | UPDATED: 11:24 GMT, 17 December 2012 When booking a GP appointment, your best bet is to avoid the start of the week. For a study has found this is when patients are most likely to miss their consultations due to Monday morning blues. Study author Dr Rob Jenkins, from Glasgow University, said: 'Mondays are worst for missed appointments
2m for victim of cancer unable to have children… but she wants even more following two botched smear tests by health board Helen McGlone had two smear tests but pre-cancerous cells not spotted The 33-year-old was forced to have a hysterectomy when it was discovered She sued for 20million for loss of earnings but was awarded 2million Lord Bannatyne rejected her claim at Edinburgh Court of Session Her lawyer said she is considering appealing the award | UPDATED: 21:13 GMT, 15 December 2012 Disappointed: Dr Helen McGlore, at Edinburgh Court of Session, sued for 20million after two smear tests failed to spot pre-cancerous cells A woman left unable to have children after a health board failed to spot her cancer has been awarded more than 2million in damages. Helen McGlone, 33, claimed medical negligence ended her prospects of a high-flying career in the financial sector and will force her to use a surrogate mother to have children.
How your facelift will look in five years: Leading surgeon answers the question every woman asks | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 2 December 2012 Facelifts cannot be guaranteed to last more than five years, according to one of Britain’s most eminent plastic surgeons. His verdict is the result of more than a decade of groundbreaking research based on photographs taken of 50 women before and after their operations