Don't look down! World's 'scariest' and highest suspension bridge opens 1,5000ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps The bridge is almost 10,000ft above sea levelThe structure cost 1 million to build, is 330ft long and 3ft wideAt its official opening a snowstorm hid what lay beneath to visitors | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 17 December 2012 The world's scariest bridge has been opened – a pedestrian walkway suspended 1,500ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps. Engineers have spent the past five months building the Titlis Cliff Walk, Europe's highest suspension bridge at 9,000ft above sea level. The structure, which cost 1 million, is 330ft long but just 3ft wide and sits a vertigo-inducing 1,500ft above a glacier
Board game dads who hate to lose: Study finds fathers will go all out to win – but mothers are happy to see their children take victory | UPDATED: 02:18 GMT, 13 December 2012 For a good Monopoly battle this Christmas, make sure you play with your dad. Research reveals fathers are more likely to go all out to win when they play board games with their children. Mothers, however, will happily allow their sons and daughters to enjoy the thrill of victory if it makes life easier
'My soul feels broken…. he is evil': Terrified victim, 27, describes horror of being raped in her sleep by BOYFRIEND for two yearsRobert Fryer took pictures of his revolting acts and saved them on computerNaomi Hampson only discovered she was a victim when police raided homeBoyfriend would sedate her and dress her in jewellery before taking photos | UPDATED: 16:01 GMT, 3 December 2012 A terrified woman has revealed her boyfriend of two years repeatedly raped her while she slept.
Is this Britain's most festive street Six families raise 42,000 for charity from 100,000 Christmas light displayAmazing festive lightshow in Burnham-on-Sea, SomersetThousands flock to unassuming cul-de-sac to gaze at stunning scene | UPDATED: 10:26 GMT, 3 December 2012 Bathed in the glorious blaze of nearly 100,000 Christmas illuminations, this is Britain's most festive cul-de-sac. For a few weeks every year, the riot of Yuletide colour helps make an otherwise unassuming street in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, surely one of the most magical places in the country. The tradition was started 12 years ago by Nick, 43, and Hazel Gardner, 42, with neighbours Chris Woodberry, 64, and his late wife Christine, who died in 20080 aged 61