News - October 2011

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Derek Redmond Olympic Athlete takes part in "Total Wipeout"

Derek Redmond Olympic Athlete takes part in "Total Wipeout"

28 October 2011 Derek flew to Argentina this month to take part in the celebrity Total Wipe Out, due to be broadcast on this coming Winter. [Read full news article]
Congratulations to Derek Redmond and Maria on their wedding day

Congratulations to Derek Redmond and Maria on their wedding day

27 October 2011 Parliament Speakers Bureau would like to congratulate Derek and Maria Redmond on their recent wedding. [Read full news article]
Derek Redmond to attend Jaguar Academy of Sport Annual Awards

Derek Redmond to attend Jaguar Academy of Sport Annual Awards

27 October 2011 Derek Redmond to attend Jaguar Academy of Sport Annual Awards. [Read full news article]
Derek Redmond Olympic Athlete announces new venture

Derek Redmond Olympic Athlete announces new venture

25 October 2011 Derek Redmond Olympic athlete announces new venture to form "Splitlath Redmond Racing in 2012". Teams will be run in both BSB and Hottrax Endurance. [Read full news article]
Joe Simpson Daily Telegraph interview: 'I'm not an easy person to be with'

Joe Simpson Daily Telegraph interview: 'I'm not an easy person to be with'

18 October 2011 As his new book hits the shelves, Joe Simpson, talks to The Telegraph about guilt, loss and survival, and why falling in love has finally mellowed him. [Read full news article]

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An equality and diversity group has held a groundbreaking conference in London.
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Julian Assange addressed 700 lawyers from Commonwealth nations this week at a Glasgow conference.
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Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference (AECC) has reported its busiest April since 2009.
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Freedom, responsibility and the meaning of being will be put in the spotlight at a groundbreaking event.
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A charity fundraising group is stepping up its activities in a bid to raise '25,000 a year for an African town.
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