O’Connor, Anna. Anna’s husband Sean, nephews, nieces and sister in law Patricia wish to express their profound thanks and appreciation to all those who offered sympathy and support to them during their sad loss. To all those who called at the wake or attended the funeral, brought mass/sympathy cards and gifts of food /flowers we are extremely grateful.
Antifreeze and grit are poisonous to our dogs: Signs, symptoms and how to protect your pet during cold weather
With temperatures dropping, vets are warning pet owners to take extra caution during the cold spell with salt, grit and antifreeze proving fatal to pets. The Met Office predicts the UK will face a chilly few days as temperatures drop below zero overnight on Saturday (November 27) in Sussex.
Edinburgh's Sean Bell scandal: councillors offered chance to see 2012 report on previous investigation
Allegations that former social worker and serial sex abuser Sean Bell had bullied and harassed staff were upheld by a report nine years ago, but the council failed to take any of the recommended action, a councillor has claimed. Let us know what you think and join the conversation at the bottom of this article.
A teenager acquitted of murdering two men and wounding another last year during racially based protests in Wisconsin reportedly visited Donald Trump at his Florida resort, with the former president describing Kyle Rittenhouse as “really a nice young man”. Trump revealed the visit in an interview with the TV show host Sean Hannity that aired on Fox News on Tuesday night.
Nine-year-old Sean Porter from Southport was originally asked to create a game for a school project. A Northern boy has created a groundbreaking new app that helps children with non-verbal autism to communicate. Nine-year-old Sean Porter from Southport was originally asked to create a game for a school project, but he decided to go one step further in a bid to help someone very close to him and build an app for non-verbal children and those with autism to help them communicate.
MEGHAN Markle has been urged to "put pen to paper" once more by the publisher of her children's book, The Bench, according to a royal expert. The move would allow Meghan Markle to "get her side of the story out" after a tumultuous year for her and Prince Harry.
Christmas is coming, so celebrate properly once again in the elegance of Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian. A feature of city life for almost 120 years and loved by celebrities – The Caledonian was Sir Sean Connery’s favourite city hotel, after all – Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh, has just unveiled its glittering festive menu of treats to kick the season off in style.
JOHN LENNON'S son Julian has documented a road trip with his half-brother Sean, days after saying that The Beatles' new documentary made him "love his father again". Ringo Starr opens up in 2011 about the death of John Lennon John Lennon's first son Julian Lennon has taken to social media to reveal that he is on a road trip with his half-brother, Sean Taro Ono Lennon.
A teenager from Spittal has been highly praised after achieving first place at the Castle Games in Middlesbrough. Sean Ferguson on the top step of the podium at the Castle Games. Sean Ferguson, who attends Tweed Crossfit with his mum Emma and has been training since the age of seven, dedicated his win to his gran, Shirley, who recently died.
PRINCE Philip was humbled after failing to beat strongwoman in a private performance, according to a royal expert. Prince Philip was more than willing to volunteer to go on stage with famous strongwoman and performer, Joan Rhodes, in a private performance for the Royal Family in Windsor Castle.
THE traditional royal Christmas at Sandringham may be "up in the air" due to the Queen's recent health scare, according to a royal expert. The Queen has recently suffered a string of health issues that have caused the 95-year-old monarch to cancel official royal visits.
Jennifer and Brian were thrilled to welcome their baby boy last year, and despite his fatal condition, are determined to make him and comfortable and as happy as they can Jennifer and Brian Curtis are doing everything they can to give their son Sean the happiest life they can.
The Cavan couple, Sean and Jason, came across the older property on a drive many years ago and decided to purchase and renovate it over ten years with amazing results Jason Lawless and Sean Carolan transformed their 128-year-old farmhouse in Cavan into a stunning home. The couple came across the property by chance one evening and spent ten years renovating it.
JOHN LENNON's sons Julian Lennon and Sean Ono Lennon joined Paul McCartney's daughter Stella McCartney to honour their fathers at The Beatles: Get Back Hollywood premiere. It’s been 41 years since John Lennon was killed, but his incredible music legacy lives on to this day.
A father who murdered his newborn son has had his jail sentence increased. James Clark, 31, of Neads Drive, Warmley, was jailed for life in September and was ordered to spend at least 15 years in prison. His sentence has now been increased to 18 years after the original sentence was found to be unduly lenient.
A South Gloucestershire father who murdered his 39-day old baby will spend longer in prison after his original sentence was referred to the Court of Appeal as unduly lenient. James Dean Clark, 31, of Warmley, inflicted injuries on his young baby, Sean Clark, which resulted in his death.
The celebrity edition of the ITV show is believed to have been filmed prior to the late comedian’s death. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire has divided viewers after the latest episode of the ITV quiz show featured a joke about the late Sean Lock. Many questioned why Jeremy Clarkson’s gag about the comedian, who died from cancer in August, was not edited out of Wednesday’s celebrity edition, believed to have been filmed prior to Sean’s death.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire fans outraged over joke about late comedian Sean Lock and say ‘it should have been cut’
WHO Wants To Be A Millionaire fans were left outraged over a joke presenter Jeremy Clarkson said about late comedian Sean Lock. Tonight's show saw comedian Jimmy Carr, Olympian Christine Ohuruogu and TV presenter Alex Beresford try and win money for their chosen charities. Before Jimmy started his round of questions, Jeremy went over the rules of the ITV show for him.