One-eyed fugitive Dale Cregan 'lured unarmed police officers into trap before opening fire and throwing grenade at them' Dale Cregan, 29, had 'evaded nationwide manhunt when he set the trap'Cregan is accused of murders of David Short, 46, and his son Mark, 23Also allegedly killed PCs Nicola Hughes, 23, and Fiona Bone, 32, last year he called in a spurious burglary at Abbey Gardens in Hattersley, luring two unarmed police officers to investigate,’ Mr Clarke said. ‘He lay in wait with a Glock firearm with an extended magazine that was fully loaded. Scroll down for videos Deaths: Cregan is accused of killing PCs Fiona Bone (left), 32, and Nicola Hughes (right), 23, and in a gun and grenade attack on September 18 last year 'PC Fiona Bone and PC Nicola Hughes attended.
That frog's got moves! Extraordinary moment photographer caught animal pulling classic Saturday Night Fever pose | UPDATED: 20:28 GMT, 30 December 2012 This funky frog has some impressive dance moves. And it looks like he's learned from the best.
Tiny Christmas tree that gave the Nazis' prisoners hope: Survivor still lights candles 78 years after receiving gift from his parentsPolish POW was sent the tree whilst in German camp in 1944 Janusz Kent, 87, who now lives in East Sussex, has lit the tree each Christmas since | UPDATED: 23:49 GMT, 26 December 2012 It is only a few inches tall, but this tiny tree had the power to lend hope to hundreds of the Nazis’ prisoners. Janusz Kent received it in 1944 while he was in the Stalag 11A camp in southern Germany, having been locked up for taking part in the Warsaw Uprising. Within minutes hundreds of prisoners in the camp, which included inmates from across Europe and Russia, had gathered around his window, to sing Silent Night and other carols in different languages in the snow
Is this the oldest Christmas tree in Britain 102-year-old pensioner has decorated same artificial spruce every December for 80 yearsGreat-grandmother Eliza Woolhouse bought the two-foot tree in 1932 | UPDATED: 17:17 GMT, 23 December 2012 A 102-year-old pensioner has revealed she has had the same Christmas tree for more than 80 years.
Two-year-old Zoe's heart could fail at any time… but there is one place she can forget her pain this Christmas | UPDATED: 22:12 GMT, 22 December 2012 The evening is freezing, and the December sky is illuminated with countless stars. A gaggle of deliriously excited children waiting with their parents in the gardens of Chestnut Tree House, in Sussex, are wrapped up in woolly hats, gloves and scarves, their faces ruddy with anticipation.