Searches For Knife Taking Place Around Lagland Street.
Female Red Arrows Pilot To Stop Flying
Britain's first female Red Arrows pilot is to move to a ground role after two of her flying colleagues were killed in separate tragedies.
Flight Lieutenant Kirsty Stewart, 33, is to be reassigned after the "tragic events" of 2011 had an "adverse effect" on her, a defence source said.
In August, Flt Lt Jon Egging, 33, from Rutland, died in an air show crash near Bournemouth Airport in Dorset.
Three months later, Flt Lt Sean Cunningham, 35, was killed after being ejected from his Hawk T1 while on the ground at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.
Flt Lt Stewart, who flew as Red 9, will not fly for a period yet to be agreed by RAF bosses - but it could be up to six months, the Sun reported.
Inspectors say it still needs to improve how it investigates patient deaths - but is getting better.
The USS George HW Bush is too big to enter the Harbour so is anchored in Stokes Bay.
Alexander Worth from Kings Worthy died last year after the supercar he was in hit fencing in North Warnborough.
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