Articles by Sharon Green
Tighter regulation of cosmetic surgery industry in Britain on cards after experts reconvene review panel
Wimpy restaurant has released a range of braille burgers, made especially for the visually impaired.
Subway station rodent invasion turns into jokey photographic beauty contest to win travel pass.
Royal Mail gives children's author seal of approval with release of commemorative stamps.
London welcomes a new free wireless internet zone in the city centre, due for completion by March 2012.
Thinktank concludes there is no link between immigration and unemployment levels in the UK.
Health department says private clinics should remove faulty PIP implants for anxious women on same basis as NHS agreement.
Drinking guidelines need overhaul and should encourage at least two drink-free days a week, says report.
British retailers experienced an increase in administrations in 2011 and predictions look bleak for growth in 2012.
Thousands more women may be at risk of sub-standard silicone breast implants after it was revealed that French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) were selling implants under a different name.
Unknown species of sea life found deep in the waters of the Southern Ocean.
Stayin’ Alive the perfect lifesaver when giving chest compressions to heart attack victims.
Poly Implant Prosthese defective breasts impanted by at least 50 British clinics but government says no urgency for removal.
One in four of Spain's working population out of work with jobless numbers hitting record 4.42 million.
Experts fear cosmetic injections could be the next health disaster following the faulty breast implant scandal.
Finance chiefs predict UK is likely to face another economic crisis in 2012.
Poly Implant Prosthese used clinically untested chemicals in faulty breast implants at centre of global health scare affecting hundreds of thousands of women.
Record number of large scale ivory seizures in 2011 makes it the “worst year ever” for African wildlife.
Mystery ‘Santa Clause’ gave away £50 notes to shopper in a Devon village
Chief of French breast implant company admits product had not received formal approval.