Caught in a catnapper"s tuna trap: Family lost four pets to gardener

Family thought their cats had run away… but neighbour had caught them in tuna-baited traps to stop them fouling his gardenGordon Wilson, 74, baited a home-made trap with tuna to capture petsThe pensioner hated the cats for fouling his immaculate garden One pet returned home only to be run over because it was so disorientatedAnother was found trapped in a cage in a bush by its owner at 1am | UPDATED: 23:36 GMT, 27 December 2012 When three of their cats vanished without trace, the Wilcocksons thought they had simply run away

Peter Conway: Father, 62, bled to death in front of partner and daughter after chainsaw "jumped" and hit neck

Father, 62, bled to death in front of partner and teenage daughter after chainsaw 'jumped' and hit his neck | UPDATED: 11:39 GMT, 24 December 2012 A 62-year-old father died in an horrific accident when a chainsaw 'jumped up' as he was testing it and slashed his neck, an inquest heard. Peter Conway died in front of his long-term partner just two days before Christmas last year after the incident outside their bungalow.

Father, 62, bled to death in front of partner and teenage daughter after chainsaw "jumped" and hit his neck

Father, 62, bled to death in front of partner and teenage daughter after chainsaw 'jumped' and hit his neck | UPDATED: 20:16 GMT, 23 December 2012 A 62-year-old father died in an horrific accident when a chainsaw 'jumped up' as he was testing it and slashed his neck, an inquest heard. Peter Conway died in front of his long-term partner just two days before Christmas last year after the incident outside their bungalow. He had told his partner Joanne Eland, 53, he was just going to test the tool to see if it was working before lending it to a friend, the inquest was told.

Millions of over-50s "sleepwalking" into old age as they face massive pensions shortfall

Millions of over-50s 'sleepwalking' into old age as they face massive pensions shortfall Economic forecaster will raise alarm about generation of workers who have inadequate personal pensions | UPDATED: 10:39 GMT, 30 November 2012 Millions of over-50s are ‘sleepwalking’ into old age with little or no chance of retiring comfortably, Britain’s leading economic forecaster will warn today. It raises the alarm about a generation of workers who have their own pension, but one that is woefully inadequate. They have little idea how much is in the pension, how much it will pay them when they retire and how long they will need to live off the money, it is claimed