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Jack Hammersley and Jorge Gill were criticised for using a pulley system to wakeboard in an underground carpark

Briton killed in New Zealand plane crash named

A British tourist killed after a skydiving plane crashed in a ball of flames in New Zealand has been named.

Purple patch: Balance a late-summer garden with a splash of burgundy

Emma Townshend hears the one about the Bishop and the 'Actaea'

Mother sues NHS trust over baby death

A mother whose newborn baby died after medical staff failed to realise she was in labour is suing an NHS trust, it was disclosed today.

Two sentenced over 'Facebook party riot'

Two men who took part in the so-called "Facebook party riot" were sentenced today.

Farnborough show ends with $12bn flurry of orders

Airlines from Asia dominated the third day of the Farnborough Airshow yesterday, as orders for new aircraft topped the $12bn mark.

Flybe's $1.3bn order fuels hopes of airline recovery

The aviation industry showed clear signs of recovery from recession with another slew of orders at the biennial Farnborough International Air Show in Hampshire yesterday.

Farnborough Sketch: Fox fires first salvo in battle of spending cuts

The deafening engines and implausible physics of the Farnborough International Air Show yesterday were accompanied by the giddy air of the recently reprieved.

Farnborough: big orders and a vision of the future

The biennial Farnborough Air Show began yesterday with a flurry of orders for the rival aircraft makers Boeing and Airbus.

Blue sky thinking: How Boeing's 787 Dreamliner could change air travel forever

After 10 years of blueprints and mounting buzz, Boeing is finally rolling its newest passenger jet out of the hangar – and it's quieter, lighter and more fuel-efficient than any other plane. Why should you care? Because it's also set to consign airsickness and jet lag to history...

Cable's committed: Minister taxis towards apprentice boost

Vince Cable, the coalition Business Secretary, warns that Britain is heading for a "second credit-crunch" unless the banks lend more.

Carbon airliner with a small footprint readied for take-off to Britain

Shortly after 9am on Sunday, a new chapter will begin in European aviation history when flight ZA003 touches down in Hampshire and heralds the arrival of the much-anticipated – and greatly-delayed – Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the world's first airliner to be largely built from carbon fibre.

Qinetiq cuts 'will harm defence of UK'

Union leaders said they were shocked after Qinetiq announced plans to cut almost 400 jobs under a restructuring of the business.

Teenager cleared of throwing can at Facebook party

A judge threw out the case against a teenager accused of throwing a beer can at police outside a party invaded by 200 gatecrashers after it was advertised on Facebook.

Inquest resumes into soldiers' bomb deaths

An inquest will resume today into the deaths of two British soldiers killed by Taliban suicide bombers in a packed marketplace.

UK allows ousted Kyrgyz president's son to stay for now

Bishkek to demand that Britain extradite Maxim Bakiyev, accused of embezzling millions
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Dame Jenny Abramsky: 'We have to rethink. If not, museums and parks will close'

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