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  • MAYDAY! HERO AT 2,000 FEET

    A PILOT and passenger are today lucky to be alive after their single-engine plane was forced to make an emergency landing. Riz Islam has been hailed a hero after taking over the controls from his pupil when their Piper Arrow four-seater started leaking

  • BIRDS OF A FEATHER

    IT WAS the battle of the Birdmen when rival resorts held their annual contests on the same day. Those magnificent men in their flying machines donned fancy dress and plunged from piers in Eastbourne and Bognor at the same time yesterday. The main aim

  • TORTURE VICTIM GOES TO JAIL TOO

    AN employee subjected to a sadistic assault by his former boss has been jailed for refusing to give evidence against him. Craig Stirrat, 24, was imprisoned by Eastbourne locksmith Glen Inglis and tortured with scalding hot knives. Inglis, 31, of Upperton

  • FOOTBALL HIT WASH SALES

    FOOTBALL scored over washing the car during the World Cup, a service station chain has claimed. Britain's biggest independent petrol retailer Save Group pinpointed tournament as one reason for a sharp drop in car wash sales in the first half of the year

  • TORTURE VICTIM GOES TO JAIL TOO

    AN employee subjected to a sadistic assault by his former boss has been jailed for refusing to give evidence against him. Craig Stirrat, 24, was imprisoned by Eastbourne locksmith Glen Inglis and tortured with scalding hot knives. Inglis, 31, of Upperton

  • Pavilion is host to first gay wedding

    PETER Gurling and Greg Wilson tied the knot in Brighton Pavilion's first gay wedding on Saturday. And the Rev David Miller, who performed the ceremony, said: "I don't think the Prince Regent would have batted an eyelid." The happy couple, who turned up

  • MAYDAY! HERO AT 2,000 FEET

    A PILOT and passenger are today lucky to be alive after their single-engine plane was forced to make an emergency landing. Riz Islam has been hailed a hero after taking over the controls from his pupil when their Piper Arrow four-seater started leaking

  • BIRDS OF A FEATHER

    IT WAS the battle of the Birdmen when rival resorts held their annual contests on the same day. Those magnificent men in their flying machines donned fancy dress and plunged from piers in Eastbourne and Bognor at the same time yesterday. The main aim

  • Thomas blunders cost Albion

    GLEN THOMAS must have walked under a ladder and killed a black cat on his way to Griffin Park. How else do you explain two nightmare mistakes inside the opening 20 minutes which presented Brentford with the points? There is no doubting Thomas in terms

  • Glen: Please forgive me

    ALBION fall guy Glen Thomas has pleaded for forgiveness from the fans following a double disaster. The former Gillingham defender gifted Brentford both goals in Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Griffin Park. Thomas, signed on a free transfer in the Summer, blundered

  • FOOTBALL HIT WASH SALES

    FOOTBALL scored over washing the car during the World Cup, a service station chain has claimed. Britain's biggest independent petrol retailer Save Group pinpointed tournament as one reason for a sharp drop in car wash sales in the first half of the year

  • Pavilion is host to first gay wedding

    PETER Gurling and Greg Wilson tied the knot in Brighton Pavilion's first gay wedding on Saturday. And the Rev David Miller, who performed the ceremony, said: "I don't think the Prince Regent would have batted an eyelid." The happy couple, who turned up

  • Thomas blunders cost Albion

    GLEN THOMAS must have walked under a ladder and killed a black cat on his way to Griffin Park. How else do you explain two nightmare mistakes inside the opening 20 minutes which presented Brentford with the points? There is no doubting Thomas in terms

  • Glen: Please forgive me

    ALBION fall guy Glen Thomas has pleaded for forgiveness from the fans following a double disaster. The former Gillingham defender gifted Brentford both goals in Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Griffin Park. Thomas, signed on a free transfer in the Summer, blundered