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Paramedic's Pics Show Changing Face Of NHS
A paramedic has spent more than 40 YEARS photographing the changing face of the NHS - and published his pictures in a new book.

Amateur photographer Chris Porsz, 67, spent many of his day’s off over the last four decades accompanying colleagues to capture the patient’s journey from the 999 call to the hospital. He has taken hundreds of pictures of doctors, nurses, patients and wards at three hospitals in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and now produced a book, 'Just Be Kind', with part proceeds going to Breast Cancer Research.
Furious residents claim their Christmas decorations have been BALLSED UP after a neighbouring council gifted them a shocking second-hand £40,000 silver spruce – which no one else wants.

Peterborough City Council in Cambridgeshire paid thousands for the 10-metre-tall tree, which is made up of a pile of silver balls, five years ago.

But it proved hugely unpopular, with residents likening it to a stack of Ferrero Roche, a “Heston Blumenthal-inspired croquembouche” and “bubble-wrap.”
Balls-Up On Tree
UK’s First Electric Forecourt
The finishing touches are being made to the UK’s first electric forecourt.

The site in Braintree, Essex, is the first of around 100 electric forecourts to be built around the country over the next five years as part of a £1 billion programme.

It will have 24 charging points, which can charge a vehicle in around 20 to 30 minutes, as well as six Tesla superchargers.
A petrolhead pooch is living life in the fast lane by travelling around in a motorbike SIDECAR.

Louie, a two-year-old St Bernard, regularly goes “motorbarking” on the side of the Honda Gold Wing 1500 at speeds of up to 55mph.

The thrill-seeking puppy, who has his own crash hat and doggles, loves going on journeys with owner Alan Valkeith and attracts a lot of attention from motorists and passers-by.
Motorbarking Dog
Robbie Williams Gig In Pyjamas
Robbie Williams played an intimate gig at the Roundhouse in London his PYJAMAS.

The pop singer wore gold silk pyjamas for his Under the Radar concert after telling fans that would be the dress code. Last week he jokingly tweeted that fans wouldn’t be allowed entry to his gig unless they wore pyjamas and most of them obliged, including his band.
Classical superstar Katherine Jenkins helped a fireman to propose to his stunned girlfriend on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London in front of 4000 people.

The opera singer devised a plan to get Matt Thorpe, 42, who is also her tour photographer, and his girlfriend Catherine Hammill, 30, on the stage during one of her shows at the historic venue. She pretended to have trouble taking a selfie with the audience and asked Matt and his girlfriend, who helps as his photographic assistant, to step in.
Katherine Jenkins Helps Fireman Propose
Claudia Schiffer Neighbour Wins Planning Dispute
Claudia Schiffer has lost her battle against her neighbour who wants to double the size of her cottage on the boundary of the supermodel’s Suffolk country estate.

The catwalk queen and her film-director husband Matthew Vaughan, produced hit film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, had complained their home, Coldham Hall in Stanningfield, would be “adversely impacted” by their neighbour’s “over-sized” extension.
Extinction Rebellion activists have dug up the prized lawn at Cambridge University’s historic Trinity College.

The climate activists then put some of the grass and soil in wheelbarrows and dumped it in the foyer of Barclay’s Bank in Cambridge city centre.

The group said they had dug up the lawn because of the college’s role in a major development in the Suffolk countryside.
Extinction Rebellion Dig Up College Lawn
Punter Wears A Mask
A punt operator in Cambridge wore a mask to protect himself from coronavirus in the tourist hotspot.

He wore a mask as he got ready to punt tourists from around the world on the River Cam, as the virus spreads across Britain.

At Boots in Cambridge the shelves have been emptied of antibacterial gel and a notice has been taped to the shelf stating:

“Due to high demand of antibacterial gel, we have sold out for today.” The hand sanitiser had previously been limited to two per customer with a CCTV camera watching the shelf to make sure customers complied.
Paramedic's Pics Show Changing Face Of NHS
A paramedic has spent more than 40 YEARS photographing the changing face of the NHS - and published his pictures in a new book. Amateur photographer Chris Porsz, 67, spent many of his day’s off over the last four decades accompanying colleagues to capture the patient’s journey from the 999 call to the hospital.
Balls-Up On Tree
Furious residents claim their Christmas decorations have been BALLSED UP after a neighbouring council gifted them a shocking second-hand £40,000 silver spruce – which no one else wants.

Peterborough City Council in Cambridgeshire paid thousands for the 10-metre-tall tree, which is made up of a pile of silver balls, five years ago.
UK’s First Electric Forecourt
The finishing touches are being made to the UK’s first electric forecourt.
The site in Braintree, Essex, is the first of around 100 electric forecourts to be built around the country over the next five years as part of a £1 billion programme.
Motorbarking Dog
A petrolhead pooch is living life in the fast lane by travelling around in a motorbike SIDECAR.

Louie, a two-year-old St Bernard, regularly goes “motorbarking” on the side of the Honda Gold Wing 1500 at speeds of up to 55mph.
Robbie Williams Gig In Pyjamas
Robbie Williams played an intimate gig at the Roundhouse in London his PYJAMAS.
The pop singer wore gold silk pyjamas for his Under the Radar concert after telling fans that would be the dress code.
Katherine Jenkins Helps Fireman Propose
Classical superstar Katherine Jenkins helped a fireman to propose to his stunned girlfriend on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London in front of 4000 people.
Claudia Schiffer Neighbour Wins Planning Dispute
Claudia Schiffer has lost her battle against her neighbour who wants to double the size of her cottage on the boundary of the supermodel’s Suffolk country estate.
Extinction Rebellion Dig Up College Lawn
Extinction Rebellion activists have dug up the prized lawn at Cambridge University’s historic Trinity College.

The climate activists then put some of the grass and soil in wheelbarrows and dumped it in the foyer of Barclay’s Bank in Cambridge city centre.

The group said they had dug up the lawn because of the college’s role in a major development in the Suffolk countryside.
Punter Wears A Mask
A punt operator in Cambridge wore a mask to protect himself from coronavirus in the tourist hotspot.

He wore a mask as he got ready to punt tourists from around the world on the River Cam, as the virus spreads across Britain.

At Boots in Cambridge the shelves have been emptied of antibacterial gel and a notice has been taped to the shelf stating: “Due to high demand of antibacterial gel, we have sold out for today.”