Little Kiara Moore drowned in the River Teifi, in Cardigan, Wales, after her mother Kim Rowlands, 25, (together centre) left her in her newly-bought Mini while she popped into the office of the outdoor activities business she runs with her partner. She returned moments later to see her car was missing and feared it had been stolen, unaware it had slipped into the waters with her 'Little Angel' still inside. After a two-hour search of the river and roads around Cardigan Castle, Dyfed-Powys Police found the car submerged in the River Teifi. Kiara, was found inside the car, and was flown to hospital, where she later died. Ms Rowlands paid a heartfelt tribute to her daughter on Facebook today. She wrote: 'Sadly yesterday my beautiful baby girl passed away! Due to my own stupidity, I will have to live with the guilt for the rest of my life! mummy loves you baby girl and I'm so sorry!'
RAF engineer is killed but the pilot survives when their Red Arrows Hawk jet crashes into runway at Wales airbase
An RAF engineer died when his Red Arrows Hawk T1 aircraft crashed at RAF Valley in North Wales earlier today. The aircraft's pilot is receiving medical attention in hospital. The jet exploded after hitting the ground killing one of the crew. The aircraft's pilot is believed to have successfully ejected from the jet from low level. The jet had arrived earlier today from RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire. Group Captain Nick Tucker-Lowe said: 'It is with great sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the death of an engineer from the RAF Aerobatics Team (The Red Arrows) in a tragic accident today. The serviceman’s family have been informed and have asked for a period of grace before further details are released. The pilot of the aircraft survived the incident and is currently receiving medical care.' Defence secretary Gavin Williamson said: 'Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and colleagues of the RAF engineer at this incredibly sad time.' Air crash investigators will now begin trying to determine the cause of today's fatal accident.
PICTURED: The convicted ARMED ROBBER who was behind the wheel of self-driving Uber when it killed pedestrian as she wheeled her bike across a road
Rafaela Vasquez, 44, (left) was the 'safety driver' of the automated Volvo when it hit Elaine Herzberg, (inset) 49, on Sunday night in Tempe, Arizona. She had two felony convictions - for attempted armed robbery and making a false statement - when she was hired by Uber for its self-driving car trials in the Phoenix, Arizona, area. She told police that Herzberg, who had herself spent time in prison for drug offenses, stepped out in front of her with a bicycle carrying multiple shopping bags and that she had no time to brake before it hit her. Vasquez was traveling at 40 mph at the time, well within the 45 mph speed limit and insisted that she was alert but that nothing could have been done to stop the crash. Her story was supported by footage from cameras fitted at the front and back of the Volvo SUV that Vasquez was in control of. Police have not yet revealed that footage.
A species' dying moments: Photos show the last male northern white rhino being comforted by a ranger before he died aged 45, leaving his daughter and granddaughter as the only two of their kind in the world
These are the heartbreaking scenes as wildlife ranger Zacharia Mutai says goodbye to Sudan, the last the last male northern white rhino on earth, who died today on a Kenyan wildlife park. The rhino 'was being treated for age-related complications that led to degenerative changes in muscles and bones combined with extensive skin wounds,' according to a statement from the Ol Pejeta Conservancy where he lived under armed guard to prevent poaching.
Russian spies fly home on Air Cocaine: Putin sends controversial VIP plane at the centre of major drug smuggling row to pick up 23 expelled spies
A group 23 Russian diplomats suspected of spying for Vladimir Putin has been flown back to Moscow in a controversial VIP jet dubbed 'Air Cocaine' in the wake of the poisoning of Sergei Skripal. The elite Ilyushin aircraft (right) that flew to London Stansted to pick up the envoys and their families is at the centre of an alleged major drugs smuggling row. The controversy surrounds Argentine claims of a trafficking route to Moscow from Buenos Aires involving the Russian embassy in the city. A December sting operation involving law enforcement from both countries saw a stash of $61 million's worth of cocaine replaced by harmless flour (bottom left). Top left: Friends wave farewell to the Russian diplomatic staff.
'Devastated' Dec puts on a brave face after Ant's drink-drive arrest as it is revealed double act vowed one would NEVER appear on TV without the other
Donnelly is said to be 'devastated' at the problems that have forced his presenting sidekick to give up appearing on TV indefinitely and go back to rehab. The 42-year-old kept his gaze on the ground as he walked with his wife Ali in west London today. Dec, who has not spoken publicly on the arrest, is said to be 'gutted' for his friend of 29 years and worried for the future of the TV partnership. The pair have previously insisted that they would only work together, writing in a joint autobiography: 'Neither one of us would ever be on our own out there'.
'This is difficult for us': 'Shocked' Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield FINALLY address Ant McPartlin drink-drive arrest after viewers' backlash
Following a backlash for deliberately ignoring the story on Monday's This Morning, the presenting duo (pictured on Tuesday) admitted that they 'found it hard' to address the news that their close personal friend Ant McPartlin (pictured right with Declan Donnelly as well as Holly and Phil) had been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving. In a brief and sympathetic report about Ant's decision to take a break from ITV and return to rehab - a full 24-hours after the original story broke - Holly and Philip said they felt 'shocked and saddened' but wished their friend well.
Former Eurovision Song Contest host and actress Katie Boyle, Lady Saunders (pictured right and inset) died 'peacefully at home' aged 91, her agent has said. Lady Saunders, who was married to the late producer of The Mousetrap Sir Peter Saunders, was best known for presenting the music spectacular in the 1960s and 1970s. The Italian-born British star's career started as a model, before working as a continuity announcer for the BBC in the 1950s. Pictured left: Boyle as the face of Camay soap. Amusingly, she was allergic to the product.
PIERS MORGAN: Dear Mark, you've let Facebook become a greedy, dodgy huckster that trades in privacy & corrupts elections.
What the hell happened to the guy in the dorm with a dream to make the world a better place?
Yesterday, you lost $6 billion. Even for you, one of the five richest men in the world, that's a big chunk of change. In the worst day since its inception, your company Facebook drained 7%, or $43 billion, of its entire value. The reason was very simple: people suddenly don't trust you. On the TV show I co-host in the UK, we asked viewers in a poll today if they now viewed Facebook as a force for good or evil. A staggering 78% voted 'evil'.
Come clean, Zuck: Facebook founder faces demands to testify in Westminster and Washington as data commissioner seeks warrant to search data scandal company's London offices and US watchdog launches probe
Damian Collins, chairman of the inquiry into fake news, has said Mr Zuckerberg (inset) has serious questions to answer about how his company deals with personal details and whether it is sold on. Facebook has been engulfed in the Cambridge Analytics scandal amid claims it gathered personal details from more than 50million accounts without users' permission. CA's bosses including Alexander Nix (left today) were also secretly filmed claiming they could entrap politicians with 'beautiful girls' and used ex-spies to dig dirt on them. Facebook saw £25billion wiped off its value yesterday. The London offices, computers and servers of CA look set to be searched after Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham applied for a warrant because the company had been 'uncooperative'. Mrs Denham also revealed Facebook has already been allowed in to carry out its own searches but have now agreed to 'stand down' as crates were wheeled out of the building this afternoon (right).
Red-Facebook! Hilarious images reveal the VERY cringeworthy posts people have accidentally shared on social media
A hilarious new online gallery showcases the very embarrassing things people have mistakenly shared publicly on social media. In many cases people have posted what was meant to be a private Google search as Facebook status, sparing no details of their personal interests. Elsewhere less than tech-savvy parents have left their offspring red faced by mistakenly sharing very private messages in a public post.
Stephen Hawking's final resting place: His ashes will be interred at Westminster Abbey near the graves of Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin after Easter weekend funeral at his beloved Cambridge University
He will also join a host of other famous names - including astronomers John and William Herschel, penicillin pioneer Howard Walter Florey, mathematician James Clark Maxwell and physicist Michael Faraday (whose memorials and graves are shown in a map inset) - following a Service of Thanksgiving later this year, staff at the abbey said. Professor Hawking (right) died on March 14 this year at the age of 76, having become one of the most renowned scientists in his field despite a decades-long battle with motor neurone disease. The Dean of Westminster, the Very Reverend Dr John Hall, said: 'It is entirely fitting that the remains of Professor Stephen Hawking are to be buried in the Abbey, near those of distinguished fellow scientists.' Left: Sir Isaac Newton's memorial, near to which Hawking's ashes will be interred.
From Me To You: Beatles legend FINALLY receives his Knighthood at Buckingham Palace... 21 years after former bandmate Sir Paul McCartney
The Beatles legend Ringo Starr followed in the footsteps of former bandmate Sir Paul McCartney by receiving a Knighthood at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday morning. Accompanied by wife Barbara Bach, the iconic drummer, 77, offered his trademark peace-sign as he arrived ahead of the official ceremony. He joined a string of musicians, TV personalities and political figures, amongst them Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb, presenter Eamon Holmes and former Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg in accepting his honour.
Viscountess Weymouth throws a VERY extravagant birthday bash at Longleat attended by Kitty Spencer - complete with breathtaking floral displays, two dazzling dresses and a host of VIP guests
Emma Weymouth celebrated turning 32 with an extravagant and star-studded birthday bash at Longleat, the family estate of her husband Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount Weymouth. Pictured left to right: Made in Chelsea star Mark-Francis Vandelli - who is godfather to the Viscountess' son - with a fellow guest; the birthday girl shows off her Dolce & Gabbana gown; posing in the flower frame with her reality star pal.
British couple who splashed £280,000 on a derelict 45-bed French chateau reveal their VERY quirky revamp (but admit the project has already taken them a YEAR longer than planned)
Dick and Angel Strawbridge (left), who have been documenting their ambitious renovation project on Channel 4's Escape to the Chateau, are putting the finishing touches to the 45-bedroom venue they snapped up for £280,000 a little over two years ago. The show has returned for a fourth series, and found the Strawbridges turning an old servant's staircase into a 'padded room', decorated with swatches of fabric echoing the patterns on rolls of antique wallpaper recovered from the crumbling chateau in the Loire Valley. (Clockwise L-R) The chateau in the winter, the revamped kitchen, the royal bedroom, and a fancy parlour.
Ex-serviceman with PTSD who was caught on camera kicking poppy wreaths off a Cenotaph is fined £250 as he claims he 'no longer considers himself a British national'
Former serviceman Peter Lear, 49, was filmed for 10 minutes as he systematically kicked the wreaths around the ground in the early hours of the morning in Bristol city centre. He suffers from PTSD and could be heard muttering about 'Home Office corruption' during his appearance before Bristol Magistrates Court. Lear, from Bristol, admitted one charge of criminal damage and now claims he 'no longer considers himself a British national'.
Use tongs to wipe blinds and 'hoover' carpets with a squeegee: The VERY clever cleaning hacks that will help you get to the places you can never quite reach
Social media users from around the world have been sharing their top tips for getting into every nook and cranny. Pictured clockwise, from top left: Try using a cloth attached to a pair of kitchen tongs to dust the blinds; a screwdriver with a wet wipe will help you get into the gap beneath the toilet tank; and a foam pool noodle will help you fill up your mop bucket. Cotton buds will help you clean around the lid of your keep cup; use a slim mop to clean between the glass layers of your oven; and put wedges of lemon down the waste disposer to give it a spring clean.
Tat's some body art! Ink enthusiast, 32, whose favourite colour is grey covers 90 per cent of his body with 'graphite' tattoos including his eyeballs (and he's not done yet)
Adam Curlykale, 32, got his first tattoo done 12 years ago and it consisted of a small message on his arm that read: 'I am.' Now, aged, 32, Mr Curlykale has covered 90 per cent of his body in black tattoos but says he will complete the remaining 10 per cent. The only patches of Mr Curlykale that remain untouched are his armpits, the palms of his hands, the soles of his feet and his bottom. 'I always knew that I was different from the rest of society,' said Mr Curlykale. My favouite colour has always been grey - in different tones - and that's why my current skin colour is graphite.' He insists he will conquer the remaining untouched 10 per cent - except for a spot he will keep as his 'sweet secret'.
Can you tell which of these espadrilles cost £530 and which pair is just £9? The budget retailers selling cut-price versions of 2018's most popular shoe
Savvy high street stores are selling copycat monochrome espadrilles based on Chanel's original design, with more than a dozen variations ranging from under a tenner to almost £600. It was revealed this week that the French fashion house's colour block shoes had become one of the most searched fashion items in the world - but can you tell which is which?
SATC's Cynthia Nixon is branded an 'unqualified lesbian' by gay politician as she launches bid to become governor of New York state
Christine Quinn, the former City Council Speaker, (seen right with her wife Kim) made the scathing remark on Tuesday as Nixon (left with her wife Christine) collected donations and support after announcing her bid. Referring to her unsuccessful 2013 campaign for City Hall which Nixon did not support, Quinn quipped to The New York Post : 'I'm surprised by this race. It's a flight of fancy on her part. Cynthia Nixon was opposed to having a qualified lesbian become mayor of New York City.
EXCLUSIVE: Robin Williams groped Mork & Mindy co-star's breasts and buttocks, exposed himself, sat on her and broke wind on her - but she says: 'It WAS the Seventies after all!'
Mork & Mindy actress Pam Dawber (left and center) reveals she had 'the grossest things' done to her by co-star Robin Williams, in the upcoming biography Robin, by David Itzkoff. Dawber says she was 'flashed, humped, bumped, grabbed' by Williams on the set. Other times the comedian would grab Dawber's bottom or her breasts simply because he was 'bored.' But the actress admits she never took offense to his behavior because Wiliams was so charming. The show's producer Howard Storm also tells how Williams once 'goosed' an elderly actress by sticking a cane in between her buttocks.
A cheetah’s-eye view of a kill: Breath-taking footage from camera strapped to a big cat’s back shows it stalking its prey across the plains of Namibia
Stunning footage filmed using a camera strapped to the back of a cheetah shows it stalking its common eland prey across the Namibian landscape before pouncing. Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan attached a camera to the back of one of the impressive hunters, and uncovered their hidden lives.
Found: The WW2 ship that sank killing 687 - including FIVE brothers who inspired Saving Private Ryan
The sunken USS Juneau (bottom right) was found on Saturday, off the coast of the Solomon Islands, by an expedition led by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. The ship(bottom left) was hit by Japanese torpedoes during the Battle of Guadalcanal in November 1942, killing hundreds of men, including the five Sullivan brothers from Waterloo, Iowa (main image). The Sullivan brothers - George, 27; Francis, 25; Joseph, 23; Madison, 22; and Albert, 19 - had enlisted on the provision that they would serve together - despite this being against Navy policy, and their heartbroken mother Alleta (top right) would later receive a letter from the Navy telling her they had all passed away.
EXCLUSIVE: A field hospital for drunk teenagers, a wet t-shirt contest... and a SWAT team on standby: Carnage as 100,000 US students descend on Texas for the notorious Spring Break
DailyMail.com witnessed thousands of college kids take over the tiny resort town of South Padre Island, Texas for a week of drug and booze-filled celebrations for Spring Break. Girls were seen participating in wet t-shirt contests, ditching their bikini bottoms, and bending over on stage for groups of ogling boys at Clayton's Beach Bar. The annual event, which is said to draw in about 100,000 students and cause a 100 per cent increase in crime in the beach town, has even called for authorities to ship in extra police units and a mobile 36-bed hospital. But it is an economic bonanza for the island, which sees a $30.5m payday, with bars and clubs raking in $2.8m in mixed beverage sales alone and the city enjoying a $1.44m windfall from a levy on hotel beds.
Unmarried couple accused of 'promiscuity' have SEWAGE WASTE dumped on their heads in humiliating Sharia law punishment in Indonesia
An unmarried couple accused of being promiscuous had sewage water dumped on their heads as a humiliating punishment in Indonesia. The young man and his girlfriend were accused of being alone together in a room despite being unwed – something forbidden by Sharia law. They were dragged out in the street in the village of Kayee Lee in Aceh, on the island of Sumatra, on March 7 and forced in front of a sewer drain while waste was dumped on their heads, according to France24.
'I just wanted to embrace him forever': Heart-breaking photographs show a mother giving birth to a stillborn baby boy - and burying him weeks later
GRAPHIC CONTENT:Sarah Jade, 33, from Australia was forced to endure labour knowing her son, Aksel, would be stillborn. The mother-of-two decided to photograph her labour and the moments she shared with her son before his funeral several weeks later. (Pictured: Sarah Jade cradles her stillborn son Aksel. Inset: Images of Sarah Jade at her son's funeral)
Crunch time! Moment two huge ships COLLIDE in Karachi port sending containers plummeting into the sea
Jaw-dropping footage shows two huge ships colliding with each other at a busy port causing shipping containers to plummet into the water. The cargo ship collision was caught on tape and shows a huge vessel scraping against an anchored vessel, sending the huge containers crashing into the sea. The shocking video was taken at Karachi port in Pakistan and shows a German-based shipping transportation company Hapag-Lloyd's ship pulling out of the port and colliding with another ship that is docked by its side. It’s not clear what caused the two ships to collide but reports say that only the two ships and multiple shipping containers full of imported cars and other freight were damaged. There is no damage to the terminal’s cranes.
London now has the largest shopping centre in EUROPE: Tom Daley helps open Westfield's £600m, 740,000 sq ft expansion to overtake rival malls in Moscow and Zagreb
The 740,000 sq ft expansion of White City, west London, will increase the overall size of the centre to 2.6 million sq ft to overtake Aviapark in Moscow and the Westgate shopping city in Zagreb, Croatia. The new extension is launching six months ahead of schedule and will open in phases. Westfield's investment comes despite a tough retail market, which has seen a number of high street brands face higher business rates and online competition. Key features at the new expanded site include a new state-of-the-art John Lewis department store over four levels and 230,000 sq ft, while retailers including H&M, The White Company, Ugg and Cath Kidston will be launching bigger outlets within the new space. Tom Daley (inset) opened the new Adidas shop.
Gingerbread house of nightmares: FBI arrest paedophile, 56, after discovering the Hansel and Gretel style cabin where he kept enormous stash of CHILD PORN in the depths of Washington state national park
Daniel M. Wood, 56, who was charged with two counts of child pornography charges after a cabin was found in the Snolqualmie National Forest with child pornography inside. Described as 'an elaborate tree house that resembled a fairy or gingerbread house,' by King County Sheriff's Detective Christopher Myers, the cabin also had a porch that surrounded the home, a pitched roof and a ladder to the porch.
Instagram star FAKES a birthday trip to Disneyland using Photoshop to prove how easy it is to lie on social media (and she even shed 10 years off her age)
UK-based blogger Carolyn Stritch posted a snap of herself ahead of the make believe trip - explaining how she was going to California for her 22nd birthday (left). She then posted another snap on Instagram of herself apparently posing in front of the famous Sleeping Beauty's Castle (right, with caption inset). But Carolyn, who is actually 32, has now revealed that she never went to Disneyland at all - photoshopping a picture of herself into a photo of the theme park, while using an app to make herself look younger (left).
A cheeky fox was spotted recreating the beloved John Lewis Christmas advert during the snow - by bouncing up and down on a TRAMPOLINE. Just like the heartwarming Christmas 2016 advert, a bold fox was caught by a family jumping up and down on their snow-covered trampoline, having a great time. The hilarious moment was captured on camera by Heather Ferreira-Cole, as she watched on with her twin daughters Autumn and Suri. Heather, a counsellor and hypnotherapist, caught the daft urban fox playing on the trampoline in her back garden in Brixton, south east London, on Sunday afternoon. The mum-of-two, 43, was doing the washing up at the time and quickly shouted for her seven-year-old daughters to come and look.
A real-life Tom and Jerry! Remarkable moment a feisty rodent turns the table on a cat and scares him away
This is the remarkable moment a rat turns the table on a cat – in a Tom and Jerry-esque video. The footage, captured in Malaysia on Sunday, shows the feisty rodent intimidating the feline by employing aggressive tactics. The video, which was posted on Facebook and racked up over 50,000 views, begins with the cat wondering around an outside corridor and then poking its head into one of the adjoining drains.
Baby orangutan is freed after more than a YEAR kept inside a cage the size of a cupboard by plantation workers
The 15-month-old animal, named Muaro, was first discovered by plantation workers and was being kept locked up in a village in West Borneo's Sungai Raya District (left). His 'owner', Anwar, had taken him home after feeling 'sorry for him' and put the young primate a diet of condensed mile and human food. When experts from International Animal Rescue arrived (inset) in Muara Baru village, Muaro, who was in a tiny wooden cage (right), did not seem to be in a bad condition. But, a more thorough medical examination revealed that he was suffering from a skin disease and respiratory problems. Experts gave the animal rehydration fluids and food ahead of his journey to a new home at a conservation centre in Ketapang.
Dashcam footage was captured by electrician Jodie Brown as he was driving between jobs in Worcester last Thursday at around 9:40am. Mr Brown, 38, spotted a 'Corser Plastering Services' van appearing from a junction with a man standing on the back bumper gripping onto the roof. He said the vehicle was traveling at 30mph as it passed a lorry and sped along a main road.