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Noreen Akhtar, 38, died after being struck by a vehicle on Saturday night in Birmingham.
The man was left dangling from the cables for 45 minutes before the emergency services were called.
Paula Phillips took up the sport about 18 months ago.
Eve Johnson Houghton has three horses running at this year's Ascot.
Tests carried out following a large fire at a breakers yard in Witney have come back negative for asbestos.
Residents with debris from the fire are urged not to go in their gardens, vacuum or mow their lawns.
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Neighbours have been warned to "avoid unnecessary outdoor activity" during the clean-up operation.
Harun Jama's mother says she "wants to know who killed my son, and why they killed him".
Oxfam says it "understands" the decision, adding that some staff behaved "completely unacceptably".
Eight fire crews are tackling a blaze which sees plumes of black smoke visible over Witney.
Sexual abuse became "the norm" for the gang members, a judge said.
A review into Southern Health says progress has been made since the trust's "historic failings".
An email claimed the "social conscience" of students was drawing homeless people to Oxford.
Jo Corfield battled with anorexia for 30 years - until she met horse Bronwen.
The judge said the victim suffered an "appalling" injury.
A "hub" will also be created with the £500k fund, offering services such as housing advice.
Ian Hudspeth posted a picture of his finger which was bitten by a dog as he posted a leaflet in Bicester.