Sailor and nurse who were pictured kissing in celebration of end of second world war are reunited in Times Square 67 years later

By Every day Mail Columnist Published: 23:40 BST, 31 July 2012 | Updated: 23:46 BST, 31 July 2012 74 View comments A man wearing drooping pants was kicked off a Soul Carriers flight for his ‘inappropriate’ decision of clothing.  The man, who has not been identified, was supposedly flying from Chicago, Illinois, to Orlando, Florida, […]

Sailor and nurse who were pictured kissing in celebration of end of second world war are reunited in Times Square 67 years later

By Every day Mail Correspondent Published: 00:07 BST, 31 July 2012 | Updated: 19:43 BST, 31 July 2012 8 View comments Dead: College of Maine senior Shirley Ladd, pictured, passed on on Sunday in a unfortunate climbing accident An ‘always smiling, continuously happy’ College of Maine senior kicked the bucket on Sunday after tumbling 60 […]

Sailor and nurse who were pictured kissing in celebration of end of second world war are reunited in Times Square 67 years later

By Every day Mail Correspondent Published: 23:57 BST, 29 July 2012 | Updated: 14:52 BST, 30 July 2012 27 View comments A new ponder directed by Finnish analysts has affirmed what numerous of us have known for years: our unpleasant occupations are making us age faster. The look into driven by Kirsi Ahola of the […]

Sailor and nurse who were pictured kissing in celebration of end of second world war are reunited in Times Square 67 years later

By Chris Hastings Published: 00:29 BST, 29 July 2012 | Updated: 16:59 BST, 29 July 2012 e-mail 22 See remarks 22 View comments Danny Boyle’s star-studded gala, recorded much higher gatherings of people than past Olympic opening functions what’s more, effectively beated the later Precious stone Celebration festivities what’s more, Euro 2012 football games. The […]

Sailor and nurse who were pictured kissing in celebration of end of second world war are reunited in Times Square 67 years later

By Hugo Gye Published: 23:42 BST, 27 July 2012 | Updated: 13:59 BST, 28 July 2012 46 View comments Viewers in the U.S. may have had to hold up three what’s more, a half hours to observe the Olympics opening ceremony, yet millions are still anticipated to tune in to the astounding spectacle. However, at […]

Sailor and nurse who were pictured kissing in celebration of end of second world war are reunited in Times Square 67 years later

By Day by day Mail Columnist Published: 00:24 BST, 27 July 2012 | Updated: 00:31 BST, 27 July 2012 View comments America’s most established man passed on on Wednesday at 111. Great-great-great-grandfather Shelby Harris passed away easily in his rest at the Shake Island, Illinois, nursing home where he lived for the past six years. […]

Sailor and nurse who were pictured kissing in celebration of end of second world war are reunited in Times Square 67 years later

By Louise Boyle Published: 02:39 BST, 26 July 2012 | Updated: 03:55 BST, 26 July 2012 11 View comments Laying down the law: Caroline Kennedy, the little girl of JFK, is said to be angry at other family individuals who have besmirched the family name Caroline Kennedy, the girl of JFK, is fighting to spare […]

JK Rowling and the 150,000 Hogwarts playground: Author plans 40ft high adventure treehouse for children in back garden of Edinburgh mansion

At the point when the maker of Harry Potter chooses to manufacture an enterprise play area for her children, you anticipate something magical. But indeed by JK Rowling’s measures the 40ft high, two-storey tree houses arranged for the back plant of her Edinburgh  chateau are something spectacular. The Hogwarts-style towers – assessed to cost around […]

Athletes on the run from moth invasion as thousands descend on Olympic site

By Snejana Farberov Published: 23:41 BST, 23 July 2012 | Updated: 23:41 BST, 23 July 2012 View comments A Pennsylvania mother what’s more, her two youngsters were escorted by police from a nearby pool after she had declined to evacuate floatation wings from the arms of her son, Max, who is enduring from cerebral palsy. […]

Athletes on the run from moth invasion as thousands descend on Olympic site

By Day by day Mail Correspondent Published: 00:09 BST, 23 July 2012 | Updated: 00:09 BST, 23 July 2012 216 View comments Soldiers from the Federation what’s more, abroad who have served in the English Armed force are being denied English travel permits since of ‘minor’ disciplinary issues. Troops from Fiji, Jamaica what’s more, other […]