Drugs police bust cannabis operation after finding secret doorway inside wardrobe

The lie, the snitch and the wardrobe: Drugs police bust cannabis operation after finding secret doorway inside 6ft cupboard By Tara Brady PUBLISHED: 10:43 GMT, 11 January 2013 | UPDATED: 14:58 GMT, 11 January 2013 Police discovered a secret doorway inside a 6ft wardrobe which led to a cannabis growing operation. Officers stumbled on the hidden passage during a raid on Tuesday following a tip-off from suspicious neighbours.

Bessie Cameron John Roland Couple celebrate 70 years of marriage after she fainted in to the arms of a stranger as the first bombs of World War II…

Couple celebrate 70 years of marriage after she fainted into the arms of a stranger as the first bombs of World War II began to fall | UPDATED: 18:25 GMT, 18 December 2012 Bessie Cameron literally 'fell' for her husband of seventy years – she fainted into his arms when the first bombs fell in 1940 – and they are now celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary. She says the spark between them hasn't changed from that moment outside the Coliseum cinema in Barrow, Cumbria. She and John Roland 'Roly' Fry wed two years later.

Leah Whittle: Teenager with interest in knives "stabbed his mother 94 times"

Teenager 'cut through his mother's spinal cord so she could not move and stabbed her 94 times in brutal attack'Youth allegedly turned on Leah Whittle, stabbing her with at least one knifeThe 42-year-old had 'little chance' to defend herself, the court heard Teenager, who admits having 'an interest in knives', fled the flat in DorsetDivorced mother, 42, found slumped against hallway wall of her home | UPDATED: 08:04 GMT, 29 November 2012 Violent death: Leah Whittle, 42, was stabbed to death at her house.

Doorway to despair: Glimpse inside Spanish industrial ghost town that produced seven million doors a year which has been decimated by housing crash

Doorway to despair: Glimpse inside Spanish industrial ghost town that produced seven million doors a year which has been decimated by housing crash During the construction boom, most of the doors for the 800,000 new houses a year were built in VillacanasSince the housing bubble burst, the town has been left desolate and is struggling with unemployment problems | UPDATED: 21:48 GMT, 26 November 2012 At its peak, it was a bustling town manufacturing millions of wooden doors to cater for the housing boom in Spain.