Police searching for 7ft 3in murder suspect after man"s body is found in roadside ditch

Police searching for 7ft 3in man after body is found in roadside ditch with stab wounds Kevin Lee, 48, found next to A16 with stab woundsPolice search for Gary Stretch and Joanna Dennehy By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 16:30 GMT, 2 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 3 April 2013 Police are looking for a 7ft 3ins tall man and a woman with a tattooed face after a man's body was found dumped beside a motorway. Gary Stretch, 47, was put on a force's most wanted list after the body of Kevin Lee, 48, was found dumped in a ditch by a major road. Cambridgeshire police said they were also looking for Joanna Dennehy, 30, who has a distinctive green tattoo on her right cheek.

Wales outshines Greece and Sardinia for beaches as Swansea"s Rhossili Bay rated third best in Europe

Wales outshines Greece and Sardinia for beaches as Swansea's Rhossili Bay rated third best in EuropeThe three-mile stretch of white sand on the Gower Peninsula, was the UK’s top destinationBritish resorts on TripAdvisor survey were Woolacombe Beach in Devon, and Cornwall’s Porthminster Beach at St Ives in ninth place By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 02:04 GMT, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 04:14 GMT, 21 February 2013 Forget the sun-kissed sands of Sardinia, Majorca or Greece – for the best beach experience, you’re better off travelling to Wales. That’s according to a poll of tourists which placed Swansea’s Rhossili Bay at number three on a list of Europe best beaches. The three-mile stretch of white sand on the Gower Peninsula, was the UK’s top destination

iPhone users download 10m copies of Google Maps app (but find they can"t delete Apple"s disastrous app)

Desperate iPhone users download 10 MILLION copies of Google Maps for the iPhone in 48 hours (but find they can't delete Apple's disastrous app)Apple dumped Google from its latest software in SeptemberApple's CEO forced into humiliating apology to customers over errorsGoogle's new app has more features to bring it in line with Android version | UPDATED: 10:15 GMT, 18 December 2012 Over ten million iPhone owners downloaded Google's maps app in 48 hours, the search giant has revealed. The app is expected to replace Apple's own mapping software on the majority of iPhones – although Apple does not let users delete its app

Get ready to eat my dust: Team of 300 workers clear 12-mile stretch of South African desert for British land speed record attempt

Get ready to eat my dust: Team of 300 workers clear 12-mile stretch of South African desert for British land speed record attempt Previously unemployed locals spent two years shifting stones by handThe 20km race track must be completely flat to avoid disasterBloodhound SSC team to begin high speed testing next year | UPDATED: 21:31 GMT, 7 December 2012 A British team attempting to break the land speed record have taken a significant step forward after clearing 6,000 tonnes of stones from the South African desert which they plan to use as a race track. Around 300 previously unemployed workers were taken on by the team behind the Bloodhound Supersonic Car project in cooperation with the Northern Cape government as part of their bid to shatter the 1,000mph barrier sometime in the next two years.

Dramatic moment huge chunk of Jurassic Sidmouth coastline crashes 100ft on to beach after heavy rainfall

Pictured: Dramatic moment huge chunk of Jurassic coastline crashes 100ft on to beach after heavy rainfall Red sandstone cliff in Sidmouth is part of the Dorset and East Devon world heritage siteResidents claim it is the fifth collapse along the 95 mile stretch of historic coastline in a weekExperts claim cracks in the rock-face are being caused by too much rain | UPDATED: 09:44 GMT, 3 December 2012 This is the dramatic moment when a whole chunk of Jurassic coastline came crashing down on to a beach. The rain-soaked clifftop plunged 100 feet to the pebbled beach below at Sidmouth, east Devon. The moment was captured by John Austin, 70, who spotted a crack in the red sandstone cliffs while out for a walk last week.

Frame by frame: The dramatic moment a huge chunk of Jurassic coastline crashes down 100ft on to a beach after heavy rainfall

Pictured: Dramatic moment huge chunk of Jurassic coastline crashes 100ft on to beach after heavy rainfall Red sandstone cliff in Sidmouth is part of the Dorset and East Devon world heritage siteResidents claim it is the fifth collapse along the 95 mile stretch of historic coastline in a weekExperts claim cracks in the rock-face are being caused by too much rain | UPDATED: 00:49 GMT, 3 December 2012 This is the dramatic moment when a whole chunk of Jurassic coastline came crashing down on to a beach.