Jamie tells the story of Jamie Campbell, who despite being bullied at school, was set on attending his school prom in a dress and heels.Read the full story ›
In a statement, police in the German town conceded that "the object really did look very like a bomb" when they found it on Thursday.Read the full story ›
Using a device that he helped develop, Simon Wheatcroft will attempt to be the first blind runner to complete a marathon unassisted.Read the full story ›
The friends drifted out to sea when their engine broke - but were too far out for their calls for help to be detected from land.Read the full story ›
Simon Wheatcroft, will use a smartphone app to guide him through the route - and help him avoid thousands of other runners.Read the full story ›
The web giant hopes it has solved the problem of awkward missed deliveries - but would you let a courier unlock your front door?Read the full story ›
The French President's pet dog has caused a stir in the Presidential Palace - after interrupting a ministerial meeting by urinating on the fireplace.
Emmanuel Macron adopted Nemo from a local shelter in August, and he seems to have made himself very much at home at the Elysée Palace in Paris.
The junior ministers and Macron laughed off the incident, which was comically captured on tape a camera operator who was covering the meeting.
The A4-sized sketch originally went for £75 when it was first sold.Read the full story ›
A great-great-grandmother from Cumbria has become a supercentenarian after celebrating her 110th birthday.
Amy Johnson is believed to be only the fourth person in the UK to belong to the exclusive club.
Born in Westmoreland, Jamaica on October 18, 1907, Ms Johnson moved 4,500 miles to Westmoreland in Cumbria 54 years later in 1961.
Since then, she has lived in the village of Shap, where she is know to everyone simply as "Grandma".
Hundreds of cafe staff took part in contest to cross the finish line first...without spilling a drop from their trays.Read the full story ›