Boy, 10, airlifted to hospital after slipping on snow and plunging 165ft down England's third highest mountain Boy from Preston was climbing down Swirral Edge ridge on HelvellynWhile walking on the Lake District mountain he slipped on a steep slope Had suspected pelvic and head injuries and flown to hospital with father By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 08:37 GMT, 18 February 2013 | UPDATED: 11:05 GMT, 18 February 2013 A 10-year-old boy was last night flown to hospital after falling 165ft down a snow-covered mountain. The boy, from Preston, Lancashire, was climbing down Swirral Edge ridge on Helvellyn in the Lake District with his father at 3:30pm yesterday when he slipped on a steep slope, mountain rescue said. A doctor and paramedic were dropped on the ridge by an air ambulance, and rescuers made their way to the boy.
Shimmering 'nightscapes' from the world's greatest cities: Time lapse pictures show New York, Cape Town and Shanghai in glittering glory Photographer Jakob Wagner can spend hours looking for the right spot to capture his stunning 'nightscapes' photosWhen he has found the perfect view, he sets up his tripod and takes a time lapse photo of the vast skyscape | UPDATED: 16:15 GMT, 12 December 2012 Perched on his vantage point above twinkling cities, photographer Jakob Wagner can spend hours looking for the right spot to capture photos for his stunning 'nightscapes' series.
Look but don't touch! Rare glimpse of the gold bullion worth 197BILLION hidden deep under the Bank of England Cavern hidden deep under London holds gold haul weighing 4,600 tonnesGold bars are displayed 'just like duty-free chocolate at the airport' Professor given access to nation's extraordinary wealth for documentary Each shelf is worth 35million but exact location cannot be revealed | UPDATED: 22:43 GMT, 12 December 2012 Lying deep beneath the streets of London, hidden in the secret vaults of the Bank of England, is 4,600 tonnes of 'forgotten gold'.
Amy Winehouse's home sells for 1m less than hoped after becoming an unofficial shrine to the singerThe house in Camden, north London, was today bought for 1.9million The musician died at the property from alcohol poisoning in July last year Fans still visit the house to pay their respects to the singer The four-storey, semi detached house has three bedrooms, large garden, and a music room with sound proofed walls | UPDATED: 19:04 GMT, 3 December 2012 The London home where singer Amy Winehouse died has today sold at auction for nearly 1million less than the original asking price. The late singer's period property was originally put on the market for 2.8 million but Amy's father Mitch decided to reduce the asking price and sell it at auction after being inundated with viewing requests by fans. And the north London house, which has become an unofficial shrine to the singer, was today sold for just 1.9million
Police officer who called three black men 'f****** monkeys' weeps in dock as he and colleague cleared of racial harassmentMetropolitan Police constables Kevin Hughes, 36, and Pc David Hair, 42, were both found not guilty on two separate charges each ‘Black people haven’t evolved, they live in mud huts in Africa,’ a colleague heard Hughes sayHair was alleged to have racially abused PC Julia Dacres while travelling in a police minibus Hughes wept and Hair signed with relief as the verdicts were announced at Westminster Magistrates’ Court | UPDATED: 22:51 GMT, 29 November 2012 Two police officers were cleared of racial harassment today after one admitted saying a black man looked like a monkey while another allegedly told a black colleague that she was 'going home to cook bananas'.