Real-life Ocean"s Eleven: Australian casino loses 32m after "high roller" guest colludes with staff to spy on other players

Real-life Ocean's Eleven: Australian casino loses $32m after 'high roller' guest colludes with staff to spy on other players Large-scale sting drawn comparisons to blockbuster Ocean's ElevenDiscovered by horrified bosses at Melbourne casino a few weeks ago Crown Casino in Melbourne says it is in a good position to recover moneyHacked into CCTV in casino and then relayed back information to player By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 14:06 GMT, 15 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:31 GMT, 15 March 2013 Con artists managed to pull off a $32 million heist after hacking into a casino's security cameras. The large-scale sting, which has drawn comparisons to Hollywood blockbuster film Ocean's Eleven, was discovered by horrified bosses at Crown Casino in Melbourne a few weeks ago

Spine zapper "fixes" backs

Spine zapper 'fixes' backs: New device using high-frequency electrical pulse to revolutionise back pain treatmentSpinal cord stimulator sends electrical pulses through the spineNevro is 200 times more powerful than current stimulators | UPDATED: 22:30 GMT, 29 December 2012 A new device that sends a high-frequency electrical pulse through the spine could revolutionise the treatment of severe back pain, according to a new study. A team at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London, is the first in the world to implant the Nevro spinal cord stimulator in 100 patients who would otherwise need surgery to stop their back pain. The device is less invasive than surgery and cheaper.

Terminally ill toddler who delivered his parents" wedding rings in his toy car starts potentially life-saving drug trial

Terminally ill toddler who delivered his parents' wedding rings in his toy car starts potentially life-saving drug trial Charlie is suffering from acute myleoid leukaemia. Doctors told his parents last month he only had months to liveThey moved forward their wedding so their son could be best man Charlie is now taking part in a drug trial in an attempt to stop cancer growthHis mother said if the treatment goes well it could give the toddler partial remission | UPDATED: 19:39 GMT, 17 December 2012 A dying toddler who drove down the aisle at his parents' wedding in a remote controlled car has started potentially life-saving treatment – just in time for Christmas. Brave Charlie Harris-Beard was best man for his father Joe when he tied the knot with his mother Fiona last month.