Southampton shooting: Murder inquiry launched after man is gunned down with single shot to the head

Murder inquiry launched after man is gunned down with single shot to the headVictim in his 20s shot dead in Southampton flatWorried neighbours call police after hearing gun fire By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 14:40 GMT, 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:02 GMT, 20 April 2013 A man is believed to have been assassinated after he shot in the head at a flat in Southampton today. The victim, aged in his 20s, suffered a single gunshot wound to the head and was rushed to hospital but died before doctors could save him.

Millionaire businessman ordered to remove Islamic slogan from side of his luxury home because council claims it"s "advertising"

Millionaire businessman ordered to remove Islamic saying from side of his luxury home because council claim it's 'advertising'Message reads: 'There is no god, but Allah and Mohammed is his messenger'Planners claim the 2ft-high lettering is like McDonald's advertising hoardingMahmood Ali, 54, now faces a legal battle after appealing planning decisionHe said: 'The message is simply there to bless the house.

Tasmania bush fires: Five-year-old dog survives and offers symbol of hope

Australia's tiny symbol of hope: How Charlie the pug survived catastrophic bushfires which left half his body burned Five-year-old dog stuns vets by surviving horrific injuriesHe lived despite being in home reduced to cinders and ashes By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 12:43 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:08 GMT, 13 January 2013 Wrapped in a bandage after suffering 50 per cent burns to his body, it is not surprising Charlie the five-year-old pug looks somewhat doleful. But the adorable dog has become the latest symbol of hope from the devastation wreaked by the Australian bushfires after miraculously surviving the inferno. When he was rescued by police close to his owners' devastated home in Dunalley, south west Tasmania, at first no-one expected him to pull through

Most expensive Manhattan property listings of 2012 with unbeatable views and thousands of square feet

Got $100million to spare on a new pad for the New Year Then take a peek inside Manhattan's three most expensive listings of 2012 Three most expensive properties in New York City listed between $95million and $100millionResidence at Sherry-Netherlands listed for $95M – but only has $1 per month real estate taxCitySpire penthouse listed for $100million – it has three floors and 360-degree views15 Central Park West also listed for $95million /09/21/article-0-1520D9AD000005DC-656_634x939.jpg” width=”634″ height=”939″ alt=”High living: The 18th floor of the Sherry-Netherland, a co-op residential hotel across from the Plaza, is selling for a staggering $95million” class=”blkBorder” /> High living: The 18th floor of the Sherry-Netherland, a co-op residential hotel across from the Plaza, is selling for a staggering $95million Austere: A copper gargoyle adorns the building, which overlooks the southeast end of Central Park Old school: The lobby reflects the glamorous old New York set, with attended elevators and marble details Aside from its expansive space, the Fifth Avenue property boasts services associated with old New York, including valets in white gloves, turn-down service, maid service, 24-hour concierge, and in-room dining from Harry Cipriani. It was designed in 1927 by the same architecture firm that created The Waldorf-Astoria and The Pierre; its 165 apartments were converted to co-ops in 1954. A property at 15 Central Park West was also listed for $95million, and the sweeping French Gothic Woolworth Mansion was listed for $90million

Middle class care bill fiasco: PM backed 35,000 cap on fees – now elderly face paying double

Middle class care bill fiasco: PM backed 35,000 cap on fees… now elderly couples face paying as much as 150,000Couples could face 150,000 care bill under new plansCameron initially backed 35,000 contribution cap, now it could be 75,000Older people face selling their homes to cover costs | UPDATED: 02:44 GMT, 26 December 2012 Support: Prime Minister David Cameron initially backed setting the contribution cap for people who need residential care at 35,000

China building collapse: Desperate search for survivors after six-storey residential building collapses in China

Desperate search for survivors after six-storey residential building collapses in China One woman pulled from the rubble later died at hospitalAt least one other trapped in the debrisFamilies complained of 'cracks' and were told to evacuate on the morning of the disaster | UPDATED: 18:39 GMT, 16 December 2012 A desperate rescue operation is ongoing in east China's Zhejiang Province after a six-storey building collapsed today. One woman has died in the accident, with at least one other woman believed to be buried in the rubble. It is unknown if she is alive at present