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Police follow up Canterbury bomb hoaxes leads

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  • September 1, 2011
Several new leads are being followed up by detectives investigating two bomb hoaxes that caused a major alert in Canterbury last Friday. Det Ch Insp Tom Richards said they had received "a number of useful calls" from members of the public in response...

Gleann Dubh-Lighe bothy in Lochaber destroyed in fire

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  • September 1, 2011
Fire has destroyed a mountain bothy in the north west Highlands. The Mountain Bothies Association has been alerted to the early morning blaze at Gleann Dubh-Lighe in Lochaber, according to mountain rescuers. Highlands and Islands Fire and Rescue Serv...

Arson attack at empty Telford home

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  • September 1, 2011
A fire at an empty Shropshire home was an arson attack, police said. A neighbour, alerted by smoke alarms, called the fire service and poured water through the letter box in Western Rise, Ketley, Telford. West Mercia Police said due to the neighbour'...

Biddulph refurbished fire station opens

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  • September 1, 2011
A newly refurbished fire station which now offers community facilities has opened in Staffordshire. Biddulph Community Fire Station was officially opened by the Mayor of Biddulph Ken Harper at 19:00 BST. Over the past 12 months two extensions have be...

Surrey fire service seeks horseboxes to train crews

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  • September 1, 2011
Old horseboxes are being sought by Surrey fire service so crews can practise rescuing animals from crashes. The fire service said Surrey had four major race courses in the county - Epsom Downs, Kempton Park, Lingfield Racecourse and Sandown Park. The...

Kent Fire and Rescue Service seeks to save £12m

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  • September 1, 2011
Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) is considering closing some fire stations as it seeks to save £12m over the next three years, the BBC has learned. Ann Millington, the chief executive, said she could not give "definitive answers" about statio...

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