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Millions of motorists admit regularly flouting new mobile phone laws

FIGURES released by the RAC have revealed that 9.2 million motorists admit to habitually using their handheld phones behind the wheel, despite tougher penalties...

Student returns to university after horror car crash

SCOTT Remmer goes back to university this week – 18 months after suffering major head injuries in a car crash that nearly cost him...

The Duchess of York Announced as BHF Ambassador

THE Duchess of York was this week announced as an official British Heart Foundation (BHF) Ambassador, marking the occasion by spending Wednesday morning at The...

Sheffield Hospitals Charity backs ROSA Robot appeal

The major appeal to secure the most advanced surgical robot of its kind for Sheffield has received a £43,000 boost. Sheffield Hospitals Charity (SHC) -...
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Internet Sensation ‘Songaminute Man’ releases first album for World Alzheimer’s Day

'SONGAMINUTE MAN' Teddy Mac, an 81 year old man with Alzheimer's disease and former entertainer from Blackburn, will release his debut album on Thursday...

More Glasgow primary pupils to benefit from mental health project

WITH an increasing focus on mental health amongst young people, Quarriers, one of Scotland’s leading social care charities, is working with primary schools in...

The real cost of cute: Battersea’s French Bulldog intake soars

FIGHTING for breath, with sore ears, infected skin and frequent vomiting, Piccalilli underwent hours of painstaking veterinary treatment at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. Reading...

How the key that could have saved Titanic is helping guarantee seafarers’ futures

TEN years ago, a small iron key, thought to have secured the binoculars for the Titanic's crow's nest, sold for £90,000 at an auction...

Internet Watch Foundation wins at Global ICT Excellence Awards

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has been given the Public Sector Excellence Award by the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) at their...

Charities angered by ministers’ refusal to relax lobbying rules

CHARITIES have been left to consider their next steps after ministers refused to relax rules that they are saying are gagging them from campaigning...