Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record

Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 01:02 GMT, 28 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:07 GMT, 28 April 2013 DM.has('shareLink', 'shareLinks', { 'id': '2315959', 'title': 'Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record', 'url': 'http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2315959/Race-aisle-750-brides-cross-Derry-bridge-beat-world-record.html', 'eTwitterStatus': 'Race%20you%20to%20the%20aisle!%20750%20brides%20cross%20Derry%20bridge%20to%20beat%20world%20record%20http://bit.ly/ZVXZRY%20via%[email protected]' }); They don't call it the Wedding March for nothing. But this sea of brides – from a 91-year-old to a woman on the way to her own reception – were more interested in walk up a bridge for charity than walking up the aisle.

Police must not treat 17-year-olds like adults, High Court rules in blow to Home Secretary"s custody rules

Police must not treat 17-year-olds like adults, High Court rules in blow to Home Secretary's custody rules High Court rules that 17-year-olds must have the same protections as children in custodyTheresa May has opposed a change in the lawParents of children who committed suicide after run-ins with police By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor PUBLISHED: 10:31 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:22 GMT, 25 April 2013 Police must not treat 17-year-olds as adults when taken into custody under a High Court ruling today.

Passengers on break to Amsterdam spent six minutes in car park before boarding ferry home after delayed by storm

Ferry passengers endured horrendous 30 hour journey through violent storm and only got to spend SIX MINUTES in Amsterdam (in the dark) British tourists hoped to spend all day on Saturday in Dutch capitalPassengers spent minutes in car park before boarding bus to ferry home By Harriet Arkell PUBLISHED: 16:48 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:55 GMT, 27 March 2013 British tourists who booked a weekend 'mini-cruise' to Amsterdam spent just six minutes in the Dutch capital after their overnight ferry crossing turned into a 30-hour journey from hell. More than 300 people booked the 48-a-head break to the Netherlands, which should have entailed them arriving in Holland at 9am last Saturday and spending all day in Amsterdam before boarding an 11pm boat home. But after they boarded the DFDS Princess Seaways service from North Shields on Friday afternoon, their boat was lashed by such high winds and rough seas that their arrival at the Dutch port of Ijmuiden was delayed by 13 hours.

Nicola Furlong murder: Richard Hinds, 19, denies strangling Irish student in Tokyo after Nicki Minaj concert – as sister says he deserves death…

'I only lightly pressed on her neck during sex': U.S. man denies strangling Irish student in Tokyo after Nicki Minaj concert – as her sister says he deserves death sentenceRichard Hinds, 19, is accused of killing Nicola Furlong, 21, in a hotel room The defence suggested she died of an overdose of alcohol and drugsProsecutors claim Hinds strangled Ms Furlong with a towel /06/15/article-2159812-139FB064000005DC-315_306x423.jpg” width=”306″ height=”423″ alt=”asdf” class=”blkBorder” /> Arrested: Richard Hinds, from Memphis, has admitted to strangling Irish student Nicola Furlong in a Tokyo hotel room on May 24, but insisted he did not mean to kill her. Painful journey: Victim Nicola Furlong with her father Andrew The defence suggested she died of an overdose of alcohol and drugs.

Unlicensed mini-cab driver raped female passenger after tricking her male friend into getting out of car to ask for directions

Unlicensed mini-cab driver raped female passenger after tricking her male friend into getting out of car to ask for directionsEllie Feghaly, 44, picked up victim and companion in central LondonSuggested male got out to ask for directions then drove off with victim Jailed for nine years at Woolwich Crown Court today By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 13:18 GMT, 5 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:03 GMT, 5 February 2013 Jailed: Ellie Feghaly raped the woman after tricking her male companion into getting out of the cab to ask for directions An unlicensed minicab driver who raped a female passenger after tricking her male companion to get out of the car and ask for directions has been jailed for nine years. Ellie Feghaly, 44, had picked up the 33-year-old victim and her friend in central London after they left a bar in Leicester Square in August last year.

Malcolm Levesconte: Body of pub landlord who disappeared with 30,000 Christmas fund found in sea near Dover

Body of pub landlord who disappeared with his customers' 30,000 Christmas fund found in sea near Dover after 'jumping from a ferry'Malcolm Levesconte last seen on December 9 at Royal Oak pubSavings club cash vanished with himBody found on Christmas Eve now confirmed to be Mr Levesconte | UPDATED: 10:13 GMT, 1 January 2013 Dead: The body of Malcolm Levesconte, 59, was found in the sea near Dover A pub landlord who went missing with a 30,000 Christmas fund has been found dead in the sea near Dover. Malcolm Levesconte, 59, was last seen at the Royal Oak pub in Shrewton, Wiltshire, on December 9.

Cinema owners in revolt against Hollywood as three-hour movies such as The Hobbit hit profits

Curse of the film bloat: Cinema owners in revolt against Hollywood as three-hour movies such as The Hobbit hit profits Cinemas can experience losses when screening longer film four times a dayThey could otherwise be showing a normal 90-minute film on six occasionsNational Association of Theatre Owners commissions report into problemMeanwhile C4 is blasted for advert over Lord of the Rings ending last night | UPDATED: 16:42 GMT, 30 December 2012 While those watching The Hobbit might have felt they got their money’s worth when it came down to the film’s three-hour length, cinemas showing the blockbuster were left feeling a little hard done by. Now U.S

Huge rise in ambulance journey times revealed

Shock 37% rise in 'blue light' ambulances that take more than 30 minutes to reach casualty Patient groups up in arms and blame figures on cutsMail on Sunday has led campaign to stop A&E closures and cost cuttingBut NHS says patients must accept shut downs to ensure service's survival | UPDATED: 00:52 GMT, 30 December 2012 Thousands of the most seriously ill emergency patients are being forced to travel further to hospital in ambulances following a swathe of A&E closures and downgrades. Figures obtained by The Mail on Sunday show that the number of patients with life-threatening conditions taking longer than 30 minutes to reach A&E has rocketed by an average of 37 per cent in two years

Star of new "Downton with tills" drama on how she fell for the actor who plays Bilbo Baggins

Star of new 'Downton with tills' drama on how she fell for the actor who plays Bilbo BagginsAmanda Abbington and Martin Freeman met on the set of Men Only in 2000Amanda is due to star in ITV’s new department-store drama Mr SelfridgeFreeman will spend 18 months filming in New Zealand | UPDATED: 22:02 GMT, 29 December 2012 The couple attended the Royal Film Performance of 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' at the Odeon Leicester Square in London earlier this month When your long-term partner and father of your two children becomes a bona fide Hollywood star, it’s hard to imagine what the downside might be. But for Amanda Abbington there were definite drawbacks when Martin Freeman won the part of Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

World"s longest high speed trains depart at 182mph on 1,400 mile line which stretches across China

The Great Train of China: Longest high-speed rail line in the world is launched – and it runs for a bottom-aching 1,400 milesThe high speed rail line links Beijing and economic hub GuangzhouThe first trains set off from the Chinese capital this morning Journey times will be cut from more than 20 hours to just eight hours PUBLISHED: 17:54 GMT, 26 December 2012 | UPDATED: 02:50 GMT, 27 December 2012 The first trains have taken to the track on the world's longest high-speed rail line which stretches a staggering 1,400 miles across China. The line, which runs roughly the equivalent distance of a journey between London and Gibraltar, will halve the travelling time from the country's capital Beijing to Guangzhou, an economic hub in the south