Giraffic Park! Terrified safari tourists in Jeep chased for two miles by crazed animal 13ft male gave chase during tour of South African savannahRan after 4X4s for two miles and kicked out at driver smashing wing mirrorNo one injured although tourists left badly shaken by incident'Hormonal imbalance' thought to be behind unusual outburst By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 11:44 GMT, 22 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:02 GMT, 22 March 2013 This is the moment terrified safari tourists were attacked in their jeep by a two-and-a-half tonne giraffe.
Lured to her death by text: Final moments of pregnant woman kicked to death by ex-boyfriend who also killed his unborn baby Tony McLernon, 24, killed Eystna Blunnie, 20, in Harlow, Essex, last yearLured her to address with text message saying 'I've got a surprise for you'Savage beating in the street killed Miss Blunnie and their unborn childTried to blame attack on two men saying he had been unable to help herJury at Chelmsford Crown Court took just two hours to find him guiltyCCTV footage shows Miss Blunnie en route to meet her killer our family was shattered by the death of a loving daughter, Eystna, and her unborn child, Rose. 'The worst part was to find out that their deaths were such a brutal murder
What DOES it take to get jailed Father who abused and punched a headmistress only has to pay 100 as thief with 9,000 victims walks free Paul Stratford punched and forcefully shoved Zita McCormick in front of shocked staff after a showdown over his son's behaviourHis son had allegedly sworn in front of a group of Spanish visitors and racially abused a Somali boyStratford was today spared jail and handed a nine-month community order and ordered to pay 500 Education campaigners slammed the sentence and said law and order had been allowed to 'go out the window' | UPDATED: 07:45 GMT, 21 December 2012 A thug who launched a violent assault on a headmistress when she told off his son for racial abuse walked free from court yesterday.
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Shadow of fear over public’s right to know | UPDATED: 23:27 GMT, 17 December 2012 'Plebgate': An officer has been arrested for allegedly leaking details of Mitchell's outburst to the Press In a chilling foretaste of a clampdown on the public’s right to know, a diplomatic protection officer is arrested on suspicion of leaking details of Andrew Mitchell’s ‘plebgate’ row to the Press. This paper takes no sides in the dispute over what the former Tory Chief Whip said to police when they refused to open the main gates of Downing Street to allow him to ride through on his bicycle. All we know is that the incident, in which Mr Mitchell belatedly admitted swearing at officers (though he denies calling them ‘plebs’), was deemed serious enough to cost him his Government job