As the Eve of All Hallows passes and the saints come marching in we re-publish the moving story of how Nick Cave says his son, Arthur, guides him from beyond the grave ..
Some memories should be written in stone … and a family and a group of parental alienation campaigners remembered one of their own with a small plaque placed on top of a Welsh mountain. Matthew John Ali, aged 50, had recently become a new high-profile figure in the battle against […]
The sister of the missing artist who apparently changed the face of modern film, has contacted the consumerwatchfoundation.com to say that she had found him after a decade. She had originally called CWF because she feared her brother, Roger Barnard, might be dead after it was revealed his historic home […]
When I was a ‘rooky’ reporter on the local Chester ‘rag’ in the late 1970s I was dispatched to a village hall on the outskirts of Ellesmere Port to cover an afternoon comedy performance by Ken Dodd. It’s that long ago now I can’t really remember how the show went […]
Leigh G Banks, editor at the consumerwatchfoundation.com and Rodney Hearth, from a1r.TV, get together again to chew over the news … this week they discuss whether vaping is the new gateway to drug addiction, did social media disrespect victims of the hurricane-force storms which hit the UK? And was Katie […]
The sun went bright red and the sky turned a ‘chicken’ yellow as Hurricane Ophelia caused death and destruction across the British Isles. Schools were closed and hundreds of thousands left without electricity in Ireland. All schools in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland remained closed for a second […]
These pupils from a small school in the West Midlands in the UK are the adorable faces of a campaign to stop children dying in road accidents across the world. Shocking figures show that more than a million people die on roads every year and up to 48 per cent […]
In the dark welsh valley, On the mountain side, Lay the little children Close to where they died. Their little lives are ended Before they reach their goal, Tender little children Have paid the price of coal. We will never forget – Aberfan 21-10-66