By Joanna Davis Community Content Editor Stories of family heritage have been shared in a book by school pupils. The youngsters at St Osmund's School in Dorchester have gathered information from their grandparents and parents. They wrote stories about their families and these have been put together and published in a special book.
Boy, 13, is mauled so badly by neighbor's escaped pit bull that his throat and voice box were left exposed and his face hanging off as he delivered cupcakes to a friend
Noah, 13, was attacked by a neighbor's pit bull when it broke free of its chain He was rushed to hospital, with doctors finding his throat, arteries, and voice box were exposed during and tissue, skin, and muscle were pulled from his face
'We said yes!' Pregnant former Princess of Luxembourg Tessy Antony De Nassau holds hands with new stepdaughter as she shares candid snaps of blended family from her 'absolutely beautiful' wedding to hunky Swiss businessman
Tessy Antony de Nassau, 35, married Frank Floessel in a ceremony on Friday Royal has thanked wellwishers for support and shared snaps from the big day Said the day was 'beautiful' as she posted photo with her new stepdaughter Ex-royal wore a tiered wedding dress that featured a black ribbon under the bust
There will be an increased police presence in the area A two-year-old boy has gone missing from his home near Surrey, police have said. The boy, Noah, was last seen around 3.20pm on Saturday (July 24). He was spotted leaving his home address on Totland Close in Farnborough, in Hampshire.
There will be an increased police presence in the area A two-year-old boy has gone missing from his home, Hampshire Constabulary has said. The boy, Noah, was last seen around 3.20pm on Saturday (July 24). He was spotted leaving his home address on Totland Close in Farnborough.
SYDNEY - Linguists are to focus on rhyming slang in new research for the Australian National Dictionary. They want to add to an existing and impressive lexicon of Aussie slang. Barry Crocker is an Australian singer and actor. In the world of rhyming slang, his name is synonymous with having a bad time.
Charlotte Dawson breaks down in tears as she watches ‘heartbreaking’ documentary on late dad Les with baby son
CHARLOTTE Dawson broke down in tears as she watched a "heartbreaking" documentary on her late dad Les. The reality star, 28, became emotional as she got to see new footage and clips of the iconic comedian, who passed away in 1993. Charlotte was joined by her baby son Noah and her fiancé, rugby league player Matt Sarsfield, 29, as they tuned in for the poignant documentary.
Their songs are now being mixed by a Grammy award-winning producer who has worked with Ed Sheeran, Coldplay and All Saints. A group of young rockers who defied Covid to record a single from their bedrooms are finally getting the chance to play live to their fans – after a 16-month wait.
A young boy and his dad have received a letter from Queen Elizabeth after they wrote her a sympathy card. Three-year-old Noah and his dad Joshua Brandwood, from Lancaster, expressed their condolences following the passing of HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh. They also told Her Majesty about two police officers who went 'above and beyond' when they took the three-year-old on a tour around the local station.
School pupil wins national competition for visit by the Premier League trophy A PUPIL at Settrington Primary School won a special treat for his school friends. Noah, a year 5/6 pupil won a national competition to win for a visit by the Premier League trophy. A spokesperson said: "The whole school had a great morning with the trophy team and York City attended too and gave each class a training session.
A new medical trial is offering hope for the family of a Carrickfergus schoolgirl who suffers from a rare degenerative illness. Gracie Coates, 11, was diagnosed with the life-limiting condition Vanishing White Matter (VWM) disease as a younger child. A form of leukodystrophy, VWM disease is a progressive condition that destroys myelin, the brain’s white matter.
Cleator Moor boy expands vegetable plot thanks to community support As the country was slammed into a whole new way of living and working as the Covid-19 pandemic gripped the world, one young boy embarked on a new adventure. The youngster, who is just six-years-old, is Noah Pattinson, and his vegetable patch is growing and going from strength to strength.
An open air baptism service was held on the St Mary’s Primary School field in Thornbury last weekend. The Thornbury parish has a large backlog of baptisms and these two were the first ones held after 18 months of disruption due to Covid. The service was conducted by Archdeacon Hilary of Gloucester with the actual baptising done by Revd Joy Ludow.
Halfback Tate McDermott insists he won't stray from his strengths in his first Test start as the Wallabies look to seal a series victory over France in the decider on Saturday night. The Wallabies had a two-point win in the first Test in Brisbane while the French hit back by the same margin in Melbourne on Tuesday, setting up a thrilling showdown at Suncorp Stadium.
A hotel manager from Norfolk who gave up work to look after her partially deaf baby has seen her new online-only business take off. Lea Davies, from Narborough, near Swaffham, went self-employed to spend more time with Noah after he was born with the CMV virus, causing deafness in one ear and a stroke.
Around 120 people have been placed in hotels due to floods in Kensington and Chelsea A family of six must move into a hotel after flash floods ruined their home while the mother gave birth. Residents and businesses have been left counting the cost after a flash flood swept through homes and shops in North Kensington.
Guide Dogs volunteer and fundraiser Katie Rowley's four month old baby son Noah is a fast learner who is already having a go at sign language. Katie, of Kirkstall, is taking time out from campaigning for equal rights for the sight and hearing impaired to care for Noah.
have a "peaceful co-parenting relationship". Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green The pair split in 2019 and filed for divorce the following year and although their relationship was tense at first, they have worked hard to remain amicable for the sake of their children, Noah, eight, Bodhi, seven, and Journey, four.