News Jack Hammersley and Jorge Gill recreated wakeboarding, similar to that pictured, in a carpark in Guildford

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

Carroll delivers telling lesson

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Outlook: Only a name

SIR DICK Evans says that Pineapple was his favoured name for the defence and aerospace monster created yesterday out of the British Aerospace- Marconi merger. At least pineapples bear a passing resemblance to the grenades that the company makes and if the shares perform as well as Orange then investors will be laughing all the way to the next Farnborough Airshow.

Football: Tivvy turn to Trophy hunt

NON-LEAGUE NOTEBOOK

Football: Non-League Notebook: Chapple pursues five-year plan

THIS IS an important season for Kingstonian, the holders of the FA Umbro Trophy. By next May supporters of the Surrey side will have a better idea about whether the Ks want to be a relatively successful non- League outfit - or a club with serious ambitions of Football League status.

Letter: Explosive issue

Jonathan Theobald sensationalises the landmines issue ("BAe in a fix over `mines' contract", 1 August). British Aerospace is not and will not be involved in the manufacture of anti-personnel landmines or their components. RDX is a standard military explosive used in a very wide range of military products and, while in theory it could be used in anti-personnel landmines, the US authorities have confirmed to Mr Theobald that they are not currently manufacturing anti-personnel landmines.

Man is charged in bombs inquiry

A MAN was last night charged after two small explosive devices were found near a house in Somerset during a police operation.

Book Of The Week: Ups and downs of the high-flyers at BAe

Vertical Take-Off

BAe to cut 2,200 jobs in pounds 250m shake-up

BRITISH AEROSPACE yesterday announced 2,200 job losses as part of a shake-up involving the closure of the plant which has manufactured the revolutionary Harrier jump jet.
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