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Around 30 firefighters tackled a house fire near Romsey in the early hours of Sunday morning. It happened at Danes Road in Shootash around five thirty. It took two hours to bring the flames under control.
An air ambulance has been involved in the rescue of a woman who broke her ankle while walking close to Durdle Door in Dorset. Lulworth Coastguard rescue officers escorted an ambulance crew to the scene but they decided to call in the air ambulance.
The coastguards prepared a landing site and the woman was flown to hospital. They also came to the rescue of a sailing boat which broke down eight miles off Portland Bill.
A wildlife haven has openedafter a revamp - thanks to a £500,000 facelift.
Fobney Island in Reading has seen rough grassland transformed into a wetlandhaven for nature.
The Environment Agency joined forces withReading Borough Council, Thames Water and the Thames Rivers Trust to carry outthe work.
The renovation work carriedout included additional flood storage, a restored river channel, new viewingpoints and disability access.
Graham Scholey, EnvironmentAgency Conservation Technical Specialist, said: "This project will make areal difference to the diversity of wildlife at the site."
Friends and relatives of the two women who were killed when their car left the road in Swindon have been warned by police to avoid leaving flowers at the crash scene for their own safety. The car came off the road Saturday morning.
– Wiltshire Police
We have had one or two people pulling up at the scene to pay their respects,
This stretch of road is a clearway with traffic travelling at speeds of up to 70mph.
Anyone who attempts to stop, no matter how briefly, could be putting themselves and others at risk of serious injury."
RAF Halton in Buckinghamshire iscelebrating 100 years of military flying.
The Centenary of Flight, which isalso the RAF’s 95th year, is a big achievement for the Wendover base andthe local population who have supported the military aviation.
The first flight took place on September 18, 1913 as the aircraft from 3 Squadron of the Royal Flying Corps landed on the former Rothschild Estate.
Within five years of Britain's first flight, the Army recognised the value of aircraft and used experimental airplane structures to gain information.
Today the airfield is home to a variety of RAF light aircraft and an occasional visit from a spitfire and Hercules transport aircraft.
– Dr Helena Johnson, Chair of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Walking is free and good for your health soit’s understandable that more people are doing it to get to work.
Clearly some people need to use alternative modes of transport, but even then there are easy ways to build exercise into that journey - park further away from the office or get off the bus a stop early, for instance.
Britain is facing an obesity crisis that is fuelled by inactivity. It is essential for the health of the nation that people find time to exercise and hopefully these statistics are an encouraging sign that the message is getting through.
Eight defibrillators are being installed at community fire stations across East Sussex. The machines will be available for the public to use if someone has a cardiac arrest. Defibrillators have been installed across the region in supermarkets, public attractions and sports grounds.