'My mum's doing the shopping': Picture of sleeping baby left in locked car with note provokes fury in New ZealandNote written from baby's perspective and included a phone numberIt read: 'My mum's in doing the shopping, call her if I need anything'A shocked passer-by spotted the infant in a supermarket car parkPhoto was posted Facebook and attracted thousands of comments But police will not be investigating because no one has reported it By Alex Gore PUBLISHED: 10:56 GMT, 25 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:24 GMT, 25 March 2013 A mother has provoked anger in New Zealand by leaving her newborn baby alone in a locked vehicle outside a supermarket with a note explaining that she had gone shopping. The message, written from the baby's perspective, included the women's mobile number and urged people to call her if necessary. A shocked passer-by had photographed the sleeping infant, visible through the window, on Saturday
Former lifeguard Mark Bridger 'probably responsible for death of missing five-year-old April Jones'April went missing after she was seen getting into a car on October 1Mark Bridger will stand trial later this yearApril's parents Coral and Paul Jones attended court today /10/06/article-2213802-155CF6ED000005DC-113_306x397.jpg” width=”306″ height=”397″ alt=”Mark Bridger, 46, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of April Jones” class=”blkBorder” /> Mark Bridger, 46, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of April Jones Former lifeguard Mark Bridger is 'probably responsible' for the death of five-year-old April Jones, who went missing in mid Wales last year, a court heard today. But he pleaded not guilty to her murder and abduction in a hearing at Mold Crown Court this morning. Mr Justice Griffith-Williams said in court: 'You have indicated that the defendant's case is that he was probably responsible for the death of April.' Bridger, of Mount Pleasant farmhouse in the village of Ceinws, near Machynlleth, will stand trial later this year
Goalkeeper banned from wearing all-pink kit in tribute to cancer suffering motherJack Turner had the kit made especially to support mother and raise money Told he could not wear the strip because was not the team's 'official colours'Club was threatened with a fine if Mr Turner continued to flout the rules | UPDATED: 08:16 GMT, 17 December 2012 A goalkeeper has been banned from wearing an all-pink kit to support his cancer-stricken mother. Jack Turner, 20, who plays for Staines Town, had the garish outfit made especially to pay tribute to his mother Kim and to raise money for a breast cancer charity. He was told he could not wear the brightly coloured strip because it was not the Middlesex side's 'official colours'.