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The family of Jayden Parkinson are "heartbroken and devastated "following the discovery of a body yesterday evening in a cemetery, Thames Valley Police said this morning.

Man dies after being hit by train in Willesden Green police pursuit

The man died after running across a track in Willesden Green

'Inexperienced' British climber Robert Buckley falls 2,000ft to death in New Zealand

'It appears as if the party were insufficiently equipped and inexperienced' says police inspector

Driven to great lengths: The strangest things young grads have done to get a job

An unemployed graduate has advertised her CV in a taxi in a desperate attempt to land an interview - but is this the weirdest gambit anyone has tried to get noticed?

Flights of fancy (clockwise): Hyperloop, Transition, the jetpack and the Bennie Railplane

The 'Hyperloop' between LA and San Francisco and other super transport ideas that never go anywhere

While politicians and campaigners will tirelessly debate the merits of a planned high-speed rail network between the North and London for some time yet, a distinctly more ambitious transport solution is being mooted across the Atlantic.

'Motorbike in the sky': New Zealand inventor granted flying permit for jetpack

Glenn Martin’s prototype has a top speed of 46 mph

Dan Carter was named Player of the Year for a second time, at the IRB's annual awards

New Zealand fly-half Dan Carter to follow Richie McCaw in taking six-month sabbatical

Carter will take time out from the game after the Kiwi's November European Tour

Cricket World Cup brings old adversaries together again

As if England and Australia won't have seen enough of each other over the previous two years with back-to-back Ashes tours, the old adversaries have been drawn in the same group for the next World Cup in 2015. They meet in Melbourne on the opening day, 14 February.

England captain Alastair Cook (left) and New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum (right) pose with the Cricket World Cup Trophy

England drawn against hosts Australia for 2015 Cricket World Cup

New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and two qualifying nations will join the Ashes rivals in Pool A of the 14-team tournament

New Zealand rattled by 6.9 magnitude earthquake

New Zealand's capital Wellington has been rattled by a 6.9 magnitude earthquake that ruptured water mains, smashed windows and downed power lines.

Siblings' perfect school attendance

Three siblings have all finished their schooling without ever having a single day off.

Two held after body found on Christchurch beach

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was discovered dead on a beach.

New Zealand's Jesse Ryder is out of an induced coma and talking, according to his manager Aaron Klee.

New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder released from hospital following attack

Cricketer was in a coma following incident outside a bar

Jesse Ryder feeling 'heaps better'

The New Zealand cricketer, Jesse Ryder, is on the mend three days after suffering severe head injuries in a fight outside a Christchurch bar.

New Zealand's Jesse Ryder is out of an induced coma and talking

Batsman Jesse Ryder out of coma as police arrest two

New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder has emerged from an induced coma and spoken with family members two days after being seriously injured in a brutal attack outside a Christchurch bar. Ryder was also breathing without the aid of the respirator which helped keep him alive after he suffered a collapsed lung during the late-night attack.

New Zealand's Jesse Ryder is in a critical condition in Christchurch Hospital after suffering severe head injuries in a late-night assault

New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder out of coma and talking after brutal assault

New Zealand cricketer is now out of an induced coma and talking, according to his manager Aaron Klee.

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