Bodies of children aged three, two and 11 months found by police after a woman fell from a multi-storey car parkChildren discovered after woman fell to her death in LowestoftSuffolk Police say they are treating the deaths of the children as suspicious By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 15:38 GMT, 15 April 2013 | UPDATED: 17:00 GMT, 15 April 2013 Three children have been found dead today after their mother fell to her death from a multi-storey car park. Suffolk Police closed off Gordon Road in Lowestoft after 8am when a woman in her twenties was found with fatal head injuries. Paramedics and an air ambulance attended the scene but the woman could not be saved.
Early to bed and early to rise won't make you wealthy and wise, research shows as night owls are linked to high income earnersUniversity of Madrid researchers tested nearly 1,000 teenagersEarly risers do well at school but are outstripped by night owls at work By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 16:01 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:01 GMT, 24 March 2013 They are most likely to be healthy, wealthy and wise, according to the old adage. But those who are early to bed and early to rise do not always have the upper hand, researchers say. They have revealed that night owls are generally brighter and wealthier than those able to get up early in the morning.
Fighting for brotherly pride: Two lion cubs come to blows before breakfast Alan Murray saw the tussle in the Phinda Game Reserve, South Africa The fight woke their sleeping siblings who piled in to calm things down By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 17:22 GMT, 10 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:40 GMT, 10 March 2013 This is the moment a boisterous young lion tells his brother to shove off as he pushes him to the ground with his two front paws in a no-holds barred play fight. The two creatures woke early and finding themselves with nothing to do as the rest of the pride slept. They stalked one another before squaring up and lashing out.
Family of schoolboy, 9, who was found hanged at home claim he was hounded to his death by Asian bullies for being whiteAaron Dugmore, nine, found hanged at Birmingham home by his motherBelieved to be Britain’s second youngest 'suicide' caused by bullyingThe schoolboy was rushed to hospital but died of suspected cardiac arrestFamily claim Aaron was being tormented by bullies at his new schoolPolice are investigating the circumstances surrounding Aaron's death By Suzannah Hills and Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 16:54 GMT, 24 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:46 GMT, 24 February 2013 Tragic: The devastated mother of nine-year-old Aaron Dugmore uploaded the last photo she ever took of her son to Facebook after she sound him hanged at their Birmingham home The parents of a nine-year-old boy who was found hanged in his bedroom have claimed that their son killed himself because of racist taunts from Asian bullies. Aaron Dugmore died in hospital 24 hours after his mother Kelly-Marie found him hanged at their Birmingham home earlier this month. And Miss Dugmore, 30, and husband Paul Jones, 43, spoke out today about the bullies who allegedly taunted him for 'being white'.
Migrants handed 1m a week for children back home as thousands of British families are stripped of THEIR child benefitCash is awarded despite the children living in another countryCritics blast taxpayer cash going to dependents in countries like PolandSituation will worsen when Romanians and Bulgarians allowed UK jobs By James Slack PUBLISHED: 00:03 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:04 GMT, 4 February 2013 Cash migration: The money is sent to families in Poland, Ireland, France, Slovakia and many other nations Britain is giving EU immigrants 1million a week in handouts for children who live abroad. The payments include child benefit – which was stripped from more than one million British families last month. The bill is likely to rise still further when Romanians and Bulgarians get free access to the UK jobs market on January 1.
Father who lost three fingers in a horrific motorbike smash has them replaced… with two of his TOES Jonas Barber lost three fingers during a motorbike race in Lincolnshire The toe next to big toe on each foot was removed and attached to his right hand in 12-hour operation last year 'They aren't the prettiest of things but I don't really care,' says 31-year-old . Prof Kay carried out the UK's first hand transplant on Mark Cahill in December.
University applications plummet for second year running as 40,000 fewer pupils apply since introduction of 9,000 a year fees /12/02/article-0-0AF13319000005DC-856_634x435.jpg” width=”634″ height=”435″ alt=”On the decline: The number of applicants from England has fallen 14.2 per cent in two years following the imposition of higher charges” class=”blkBorder” /> On the decline: The number of applicants from England has fallen 14.2 per cent in two years following the imposition of higher charges The fees hike led to a sharp drop in applications last year but universities hoped numbers would soon rally. The latest figures, which show a further 6.5 per cent decline between 2012 and 2013, triggered renewed claims that fees are dampening demand for higher education.
Gadgets blamed for 70 per cent leap in child speech problems in just six yearsRise blamed on screen-based gadgets and games as 'electronic babysitters'Department of Education study finds 135,700 children had difficulties in 2011Children's charity says 1.2million youngsters have communication problem | UPDATED: 01:04 GMT, 28 December 2012 Challenges: Findings from a Government-funded study show that the number of schoolchildren needing help for speech and language difficulties rose 71 per cent between 2005 and 2011. The rise has been blamed on the growing use of gadgets The number of children with speech difficulties has leapt 70 per cent in six years, according to a new study. As many as 1.2million youngsters are now estimated to struggle with speech
Growing army of e-grandparents: Half now send emails regularly and a quarter own a laptopOlder generation increasingly tech-savvy, according to new researchGrandchildren regularly use social media, e-mail and texting to stay in touchA quarter of those surveyed now own a laptop PUBLISHED: 22:35 GMT, 27 December 2012 | UPDATED: 22:36 GMT, 27 December 2012 Hi kids: Around 78 per cent of grandparents say they are competent in online communication. File picture Half of Brits now keep in touch with grandparents and elderly relatives by text message, email and even Facebook, a study has revealed. Instead of picking up the phone, many are now using social networking sites to update their relatives, with nearly a quarter of grannies claiming they are regular users of Facebook
Generation of parents receive 'hand-me-ups' for Christmas: Children pass on outdated gadgets such as smartphones and Kindles Survey of 2,000 finds quarter of people gave old technology to parentsNearly half of people between 18-24 passed on 'hand-me-up' for ChristmasMain reason is that people don't want to own 'outdated' technology | UPDATED: 22:01 GMT, 26 December 2012 It's a festive phenomenon that saves youngsters money and keeps Mum and Dad in the technological loop. This Christmas saw the rise of the ‘hand-me-up’ gift – when children pass on the still-desirable, hi-tech gadgets they don’t want any more to their parents. A survey found over a quarter of us gave second-hand technology to our mothers and fathers