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Bonmarche show support for Air Ambulance

(23-Nov-2010) A fundraising initiative across five Bonmarche stores is raising money for Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.

Air Ambulance charity shop opens in Warwickshire

(22-Nov-2010) A new shop which will raise funds for an Air Ambulance service is opening in Warwickshire.

Charity Safari Challenge in aid of Air Ambulance

(22-Nov-2010) Not content with simply running a marathon or roughing it under canvas for charity, 37 year old Mark Williams is tackling the Marathon Des Sables.

Air Ambulance called to 7 year old boy taken to St George's Hospital after being hit by Tram

(15-Nov-2010) A seven-year-old boy has been taken to hospital with serious leg injuries after he was hit by a tram in Croydon.

Air Ambulance called to 10 year old girl crushed by a tree

(21-Oct-2010) A 10-year-old girl has died in a freak accident after a tree fell on her as she played in her back garden in Fetcham, Surrey.

BBC fundraising appeal for repatriation of Russell Dawes from Cyprus by Air Ambulance

(21-Sep-2010) A Lancashire family are trying to raise money to bring their loved one home after he suffered extensive injuries falling from a roof in Cyprus.

Mum of two needs Air Ambulance after breaking her neck at Pole-dancing class

(14-Sep-2010) A MOTHER-OF-TWO from York has been left paralysed after a freak accident during a pole-dancing exercise class.

Balcony fall bride will have her Repatriation flight by Air Ambulance

(14-Sep-2010) A London woman fractured her spine in three places when she fell up to 30ft (9m) from a hotel balcony while on honeymoon in Corfu.

Repatriation for babies more comfortable in new fly-pod

(08-Aug-2010) New Zealand babies in Hawke's Bay needing specialist treatment are travelling more comfortably and more easily thanks to a "baby pod."

State pays €36m for waste repatriation

(02-Aug-2010) An operation to send thousands of tonnes of rubbish dumped illegally in Northern Ireland back across the border will be launched on Wednesday.

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