Investigator's actions exposed during General Dental Council hearing
Figures relate to taxable income from both NHS and private work
Bankrupt impresario and former newsreader given seven-year jail term, with five years for dental hygienist-turned-councillor
Middle-class problems: Flossing
Starting as a teenage apprentice cutler, Carl Elsener went on to turn a relatively simple penknife into the global phenomenon that is the multi-functional Swiss Army Knife. He worked for the Swiss family firm Victorinox for 70 years, 57 of them as CEO, and retained the honorary, almost spiritual title "Senior Leader" until his death at the age of 90.
White in summer. Makes sense. But I thought things were taking a turn for the dark this season?
A major confrontation between church and state appeared inevitable in the Republic of Ireland last night as the country’s Catholic hierarchy voiced strong opposition to new abortion proposals.
The "distraught" boss of a dental nurse was admitted to hospital and suffered from seizures three days after the nurse tried to poison her at the surgery, a court heard today.
Oh how we chuckled indulgently at this great footballer's high jinks years ago. Now he desperately needs expert help if his story isn't to have a terrible ending
They don't make 'em like this any more - well, not quite. Written in 1982 by African-American dramatist Don Evans, One Monkey Don't Stop No Show whisks us back to the 1970s and takes a mischievously comic look at the then prevailing attitudes to ethnicity, class and sexual politics.
'The cheap imported devices could also pose a significant risk to dentists and dental nurses'
Rooney has not played more than three successive Premier League games all season
Rhythmic gymnastics may seem a glitter-clad oddity but Chris McGrath can only admire the mildly superhuman capabilities of these young girls at Wembley Arena
Bland bed-hoppers going round in circles
Franz West, who died on 25 July 2012 at the age of 65 after a long illness, was an Austrian artist noted for his commitment to public art. His tactile creations invited interventions from viewers: he once remarked, "It doesn't matter what the art looks like as long as it used."
Friday sees the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games - and to mark the occasion a lavish £27m opening ceremony will be held.