From the brink of suicide to being voted one of the best new magicians in the country, it has been a tough two years for Eddie Young.
Published: Sat 27 Oct 2012
Rape and sexual abuse are topics many in society would prefer not to talk about.
Published: Sat 20 Oct 2012
'IT turned my life upside down and shook it', is how one mother describes her experience of postnatal depression, a condition which affects around one in seven women.
Published: Sat 13 Oct 2012
AN article written 10 years ago by the late Mail legend Andy Parker inspired a South Derbyshire author to tell the tale of Burton's most famous musical figure.
Published: Sat 06 Oct 2012
AS the eagerly-awaited arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge draws closer, preparations for one of the biggest days in Burton's history are entering their final stages, writes Rich Guttridge.
Published: Sat 22 Sep 2012
CYCLISTS Fighting Cancer is a charity which provides an effective and unique way of helping children and young people battling the disease. The charity donates new bicycles, specially adapted tricycles
Published: Tue 18 Sep 2012
JACK Cooper is not only battling to overcome a rare condition which could lead to him becoming obese - he is also banned from eating sweets, chocolates and biscuits. The youngster, and his mother Alison,
Published: Sat 08 Sep 2012
BEING a new mother can be a full-time job, leaving little time for a social life. It can be difficult to meet people, particularly for mums who have moved to a new area or lack a wide circle of family
Published: Sat 28 Jul 2012
Tattooing was once thought of as a taboo subject but, now, tattoo artists are in demand as the craze for inked skin has gripped people all over the world. Reporter KATIE BOWLER and photographer NEIL
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