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Red Arrows back in the sky

Eight Red Arrows pilots took to the skies today in their first public performance since the death of one of their team-mates in tribute to him, the squadron leader said.

Red Arrows to fly again after crash

The Red Arrows plan to perform displays in formations of eight aircraft rather than their usual diamond of nine after the death of Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging in a crash at Bournemouth Air Show on Saturday.

Red Arrows crash inquiry will take several weeks

An inquiry into a crash at an air show in Bournemouth in which a Red Arrows pilot died could take weeks, officials said yesterday.

Hodgson blots out bad cup memories for visit to Bournemouth

Roy Hodgson has had so many nights to forget in the Carling Cup that he admits he cannot even remember the competition's name.

Red Arrows 'may not fly for weeks' after crash

It could be weeks before the Red Arrows resume flying after a pilot died at an air show in Bournemouth, sources claim.



Red Arrows grounded after pilot dies during air show display

The iconic Red Arrows were grounded yesterday as investigators tried to unravel the cause of the greatest tragedy to hit the team for almost a quarter of a century.

Red Arrows pilot found in river

A man spoke today of the moment rescuers searching for a Red Arrows pilot minutes after his plane had crashed found him dead in a river.

Red Arrows pilot dies as his plane crashes during display stunt

RAF man who had flown missions in Afghanistan is killed as his team ends their show at Bournemouth Air Festival

Red Arrows pilot killed in air show crash

A Red Arrows pilot died when his plane crashed following an air show, a Ministry of Defence spokesman said tonight.

Bournemouth hit by flash flooding

There was flash flooding today after torrential rain hit the south coast.

Proms 35/36, Karabits/Bournemouth SO/Reich/Synergy Vocals/Ensemble Modern, Royal Albert Hall (4/5, 5/5)

There could be no better way of celebrating Steve Reich’s 75th birthday than with a performance of his ‘Music for 18 Musicians’, and the packed hall for this late-night Prom testified to the size and devotion of his fan-club. This is a work for which ‘ground-breaking’ really is the mot juste, yet although it has earned Reich the title ‘founding father of minimalism’, he himself regards it as leaving minimalism far behind.

Museums slash staff and opening hours after 'devastating' cuts

Of the 140 museums surveyed, 22 per cent are reducing their opening hours, and 30 per cent are cutting education staff

Man guilty of hair-in-hand murder

A man with a hair fetish was found guilty today of the murder and mutilation of a seamstress nine years ago using the same "hallmark" method he used to kill a teenager in Italy.

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