Clare and Ian Fisher left Wales with their two young children to enjoy locations such as Malaysia and New Zealand. To help fund their trip, they were paid by businesses to share posts about it on social media.
Dean Wilkins, 36, slapped and punched Lucy Archer (pictured), 33, during a sex session before she fled to the street past neighbours in Lincoln as her date reassured them: 'It's all right, this is only role play'.
Contrary to reports that the two couples are going their separate ways this year, the Daily Mail can reveal that both will be with the Queen in Norfolk for the Royal Family's traditional festive celebrations.
Locals began hunting the 1,100lb reptile on Tuesday after the mutilated body of Cornelio Bonite, 33, was found on a river bank in the Palawan region, Philippines. The victim's arm and foot were missing.
White supremacist System Resistance Network is facing banning calls after it proclaimed Cardiff a 'Nazi Zone' earlier this year and National Action's founder praised its racist graffiti on a radio show.
Sir Cliff Richard, Sir Tom Jones, Joanna Lumley, Chris Evans and Sir Clive Woodward are among the famous faces encouraging readers to spare just a few hours of their time to give NHS hospitals some help.
President Muhammadu Buhari, who is seeking re-election next year, spent a large part of 2017 in London for treatment for a serious illness, the details of which have never been fully revealed to the public.
Beauty therapist Caroline Hirons, 49, who begun a blog in 2010 as 'a bit of fun' reveals how she built an empire that had profits in the region of £180,000 last year and a blog with up to 100 million views.
The British fashion maven, 44, confirmed this week she would be following in the footsteps of Chanel by cutting exotic pelts from her eponymous fashion line in a bid to 'reflect the wishes' of her customers.
Lydia Carey died aged 60 in November last year after repeated contact with toxic asbestos fibres left on her husband John's work overalls while he worked for Vauxhall Motors in Luton during the 1970's.
Like all of the 460,000 Brits with type 1 diabetes, Tim Street, has to constantly monitor his blood sugar levels and inject insulin many times a day to stay alive. But a new treatment has changed this.
The clip shows the big cat racing towards villagers in the Porbander district, in western India, and them quickly scattering, before observing the majestic animal as it explores its unfamiliar surroundings.
The UK's National Institute for Health and Care Excellence urges medics to just look for the rash - which is present in around two-thirds of cases - due to lab tests not always picking up on the infection.
A study by the University of Greifswald in Germany found that taking the pill causes emotional changes to a woman's brain, which makes her 10 per cent less likely to recognise others' facial expressions.