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44 marathons in 44 countries in 44 days

This Pride of Britain nominee has pushed himself to the very limit - by running 44 marathons, in 44 countries in 44 consecutive days.

It's because Pete Thompson from Bournemouth wanted to raise money and awareness, as he feels mental illness remains a stigma.

He filmed his amazing journey and wrote a poem about the issue - to spread the word across Europe. Andrew Pate went to meet him.

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Pride of Britain nominee is helping cancer patients

Now another Pride of Britain regional award nominee - a fantastic fundraiser, Heather Morgan.

Heather began raising money for the Cancer Care Club at her local hospital after she was diagnosed with cancer.For almost 30 years she hasn't stopped - continually raising funds because she wants to give something back, and ease the journey of other cancer patients.

Sarah Saunders went along to meet her.

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Will first child's car seat with air bags reduce injury?

Child safety researchers at Berkshire's Transport Research Laboratory have been testing the world's first child car seat to have airbags.

They say it'll reduce the risk of children being badly hurt in car accidents.

The latest figures from The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) reveals that - across the UK - 156 children were seriously injured in car accidents last year.

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