Jacintha Saldanha: Hoax call radio station presenters and bosses moved into safehouses

'There are bullets with your name on': Radio station bosses behind royal nurse hoax call hire round-the-clock guards and staff are moved into safe-houses Michael Christian told there are 'bullets out there with your name on'Senior managers of 2Day FM's parent company given 24-hour protectionA dozen members of staff have been moved into hotelsLetter believed to come from South Australia | UPDATED: 17:29 GMT, 13 December 2012 Michael Christian has been mentioned specifically in one threat that includes mention of a shotgun Staff at the radio station behind the hoax call to the Duchess of Cambridge's hospital have been forced into safe houses, it has been revealed. Managers at Southern Cross Austereo – the parent company of 2Day FM – have recruited 24-bodyguards for their protection and police are investigation death threats. One of the threats arrived yesterday is alleged to specifically target DJ Michael Christian saying there are 'bullets out there with your name on' and further threats involving a shotgun.

We"ve made it! Relief for 27 immigrants rescued by Spanish Coast Guard as they sailed toy dinghies across Strait of Gibraltar

We've made it! Relief for 27 immigrants rescued by Spanish Coast Guard as they sailed toy dinghies across Strait of Gibraltar Migrants began to swim towards Spanish Coast Guard when they realised a boat from Morocco was also coming to rescue them | UPDATED: 17:38 GMT, 3 December 2012 Relief etched on their face, these African immigrants say goodbye to their inflatable dinghy, and hello to the reassuring sturdiness of the a Coast Guard boat. Spanish officials say Coast Guard vessels from southern Spain and Morocco have rescued 27 migrants on four inflatable dinghies in the Strait of Gibraltar in the last 24 hours.

Hero schoolboy, 14, saves security guard by jumping into middle of eight-man brawl in shopping centre

The have-a-go-hero schoolboy: 14-year-old jumps into middle of eight-man brawl in shopping centre to protect security guard Jack Slater was still wearing his uniform when he leapt in to helpThe fight in Maidstone, Kent, saw guards bitten, punched and headbuttedTeen, who said he would do it again, was given a reward for his bravery | UPDATED: 17:35 GMT, 30 November 2012 Jack Slater was still wearing his school uniform when he jumped in to help. He has since been rewarded for his bravery A teenager in his school uniform dived in to stop a fight which saw four security guards punched, kicked, head-butted and bitten. Have-a-go-hero Jack Slater, 14, did not spare a thought for his own safety until after he saved the security man from four attackers

The moment that Anders Breivik planted his bomb: Never before seen CCTV footage shows mass murderer parking van that killed eight in Oslo

The moment that Anders Breivik planted his bomb: Never before seen CCTV footage shows mass murderer parking van that killed eight in Oslo Breivik wearing security guard's uniform walks away from bomb inside vanCCTV footage captures significant damage caused by the device last yearAfter bomb exploded, Breivik got into second van which he drove to Utoya | UPDATED: 00:22 GMT, 27 November 2012 This is the chilling moment mass murderer Anders Breivik walks away from his van in Oslo before a bomb inside it explodes killing eight people and injuring dozens. Never before seen CCTV footage also captures the devastation the device caused in July 2011, which was planted by the 33-year-old Norwegian. Breivik, wearing a security guard's uniform, is seen parking his white van at the entrance of a Government building that housed the Prime Minister's offices.