News Freddie Hussey, the three-year-old boy crushed by a trailer in Bristol, was

Freddie's family said "everyone loved" the three-year-old boy

Land Rover puts on 400 staff

Land Rover puts on 400 staff

Land Rover powers to record sales

Land Rover achieved record sales of all three models in the first two months of 1995, in contrast to the generally disappointing start to the British car market.

Sporting Digest: Equestrian

LAND ROVER FEI WORLD THREE-DAY EVENT RANKINGS: 1 B Tait (NZ) 347pts; 2 M Todd (NZ) 330; 3 K Dixon (GB) 322; 4 A Nicholson (NZ) 315; 5 M Thomson (GB) 269; 6 M Ryan (Aus) 252.

Raiders injure 12

TWELVE people were treated in hospital after a gang sprayed staff and customers with ammonia during a raid on a post office in Kingstanding, West Midlands. The three robbers, who drove a stolen Land-Rover through the side of the building before squirting the liquid indiscriminately with water pistols, escaped with pounds 100,000.

Snooze cruiser

Land Rover is planning to launch a new 5-door 4x4 in 1997. Smaller than a Discovery, it will be a cross between a sports utility and a minivan, and will include a seating arrangement

Missile attack

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Land Rover production to increase

Land Rover bucked the trend in the motor industry by announcing it will boost production of its Discovery range of four-wheel drive vehicles by 10 per cent to 550 a week to meet increased demand.
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Smash hit go under the hammer

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