“Soil sleuth” has pioneered forensic techniques that have helped solve more than 100 crimes, and put some of the UK’s most notorious killers behind bars
Changing the lives of child amputees in Britain and around the world through a groundbreaking campaign for prosthetics and inspirational charity work
From the first paramedic on the scene to life-saving hospital doctors and nurses, the response to the Manchester Arena attack showed the NHS at its absolute best
The world’s oldest female solo skydiver, raising money and awareness for her pioneering charity work with disabled children and young people
Born with half a heart and undergoing a record-breaking operation minutes after birth, Chanel Murrish is certainly a miracle; defying the odds and the predictions of doctors who feared she was unlikely to survive.
At 94, most people have given up working long ago - but not Harry Mercer! Harry, from North Shields, has been volunteering for over 70 years and says he’ll never stop working for others.
An inspirational nurse who returned to the wards despite being paralysed from the waist down has been honoured with a Pride of Birmingham Award.
Britain’s awe-inspiring athletes rewrote the history books at the Rio Games, sending records tumbling and surpassing all expectations
The leading war surgeon has operated under fire in the world’s most dangerous places, risking his life to save others in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria
The Mirror's Pride of Britain Awards in partnership with TSB celebrate the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our world a better place.
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