'My friends just think my Heartware part of me'
The worst of the seven-year-old's treatment is over but he has more than two years of follow-up treatment ahead
'Cheeky' two-year-old has a Thomas the Tank engine sticker on the artificial heart that has kept him alive for eight months
'When a child is ill at Christmas, you really do appreciate the importance of the little things in your own life'
'When the first refugees do arrive here off that first charter flight it will be a moment of huge pride all across Scotland'
Getting a Golf at the hire-car counter is like winning the lottery, whereas the new Astra is like winning £10
Backlash comes after leaked letter shows PM protesting about Oxfordshire County Council’s proposals for cuts to services
The local council is planning to close the town's local children's centre as part of an £8m cost-cutting programme
It is the third incident to befall the controversial the £1.2bn Watchkeeper strong fleet since it entered service last year
Exclusive: Unicef calls on UK to act as figures reveal more than 190,000 children have sought asylum in Europe this year
The new technique uses an advanced form of fingerprinting powder and prepares the ground for the use of fingerprinting in the field
What a study of New Zealand's methods reveals
Police have been drafted in from across the country to deal with the numbers of arrivals
Jamie Merrill reports from the Sentilj transit camp where violence, or the threat of it, does not feel far away
Jamie Merrill is on the hunt for a valid reason for this car to exist
As the EU hardens its heart to refugees, a few thousand more make it into Austria before barrier is erected