Northern Ireland weather forecast could see temperatures plummet to -2C
Salting of roads planned
Worries about the Glasgow hospital campus gathered pace earlier this month when a whistleblower revealed there were 26 cases of infection in 2017 The issue of water contamination, which led to the closure of two wards at the children's hospital in 2018, is currently being looked at by an independent
Desperate search is launched for trio and their pet American Staffy named Raya who have been missing in the Outback for 10 days. An outback search has resumed for British teen Sam Woodhead who went missing near Longreach in Queensland .
A search is under way for a "disorientated" man who wentfrom a hospital in freezing conditions.
are appealing for help to trace Steven Douglas and raised concerns that he may have a seizure if he fails to take his medication.
The 30-year-old has been reported missing from Stobhill General Hospital, Balornock Road,, and was last seen by a member of the public near Springburn Park at around 8.30am.
Steven is described as white, 5ft 6ins, of athletic muscular build with short, dark brown hair and goatee style facial hair.
Northern Ireland weather forecast see temperatures fall below freezing
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Milly Main, 10, would be alive if water supply warning had been acted on, says her mother.
An 86-year pneumonia patient was sent home from hospital in sub-zero temperatures wearing just her nightdress and a thin dressing gown. The family of Eunice Williams were furious to discover the state she was in, especially as they had supplied plenty of warm clothing. They have now received an
He was last seen wearing a navy bubble jacket with orange inside the hood, grey jogging bottoms and grey Nike trainers.
Inspector Gareth Griffiths, of Baird Street Police Station, said: "Steven has been missing for a number of hours now and concern for him is growing due to the inclement weather and the possible risk of him having a seizure if he fails to take his medication. He may also appear disorientated or confused.
"We are now looking for assistance from the public. If you believe you have seen Steven or have any information, please contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting incident number 1261 of 1 December."
Glasgow Council lose legal bid to avoid paying £1m compensation to bin lorry crash victims .
A bid to force the former employers of the driver behind the Glasgow bin lorry crash to pay almost £1 million in compensation to a victim's family has failed. Glasgow City Council previously agreed to pay compensation for a number of damages claims made by the families of the six people killed and 15 injured when the bin lorry hit shoppers in the city centre.