Monday, 31 March 2014
A doctor bludgeoned his wife to death before killing himself over fears their home was blighted by Japanese knotweed, an inquest heard.
Keiran Walsh, 22, split from his partner of four years, Louise Doyle, so she could concentrate on her law degree.
Armed policed have stormed one of Rio's biggest slums, home to 130,000, in naval tanks tonight in a clean-up operation ahead of the World Cup. Pictured here are police holding machine guns as residents walk through the streets while helicopters circle overhead.
A billionaire from the South and very influential politician in Nigeria has awarded a N185million contract toMicoStar Mall to supply bullet proof vehicles from US to Nigeria in preparation for the 2015 elections.
The contract was given to MicoStar Motors which is the auto division of MicoStar Mall.
Elite universities charging £9,000 a year for courses are employing overseas lecturers whose English is so poor that students cannot understand them, a Mail on Sunday investigation has found.
For years, Sarah Mowbray, 41, of Worcestershire, tried in vain to track down the daughter she had been forced to give up for adoption as a toddler.
Debbie Davey (right), from Orpington in Kent, fell victim to a Ponzi scheme run by her best friend Caryn Bates (top left) and her brother Matthew Sullivan (bottom left). Although the pair have now been imprisoned for their scam Debbie says her finances still haven't recovered from Caryn's betrayal.
Dr Isobel Maxwell-Cameron had just gained an organic chemistry research post at the University of Manchester - but struggled when laboratory experiments failed and found it was not the job for her.
Kelly Tarpey, 36, was found dead in bed by her husband John just seven weeks after her father John Thompson, 65, died of a heart attack.
John Skermer (pictured with wife Tracy)), 45, from Cheshire, set up fake bank accounts with overdrafts of £1million, then siphoned the money into his personal account.