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Skydive death quiz extended

Nov 19 2003

The Western Mail

 

On Saturday, November 15, we wrongly reported that Catherine Zeta Jones and Tom Jones would be performing a duet together.

After being contacted by Ms Zeta Jones's spokesperson, we were made aware of the fact that this report is not true.

POLICE were last night granted a further 24 hours to question a man arrested in connection with the murder of skydiver Stephen Hilder who fell 13,000ft to his death after both his main and reserve parachutes were sabotaged.

The 24-year-old Leeds man was arrested on Monday morning by detectives investigating the death of 20-year-old Mr Hilder who died after jumping above Hibaldstow Airfield in North Lincolnshire on July 4.

Humberside Police last night said officers had successfully applied to Scunthorpe magistrates for a further extension and can now hold him until 4.20pm today.

MARKS & Spencer was given an unexpected boost yesterday when it emerged an actress used in its latest advertising campaign is the girlfriend of England rugby hero Jonny Wilkinson.

Diana Stewart, 24, stars in a television commercial for the high street chain's new &More credit card.

Her face also appears on the cover of application forms for the card and on the store's website.

But news of her romantic connection to Wilkinson, 24, came as a surprise to M&S.

"We have only just found out ourselves," said a spokeswoman for the company. "There are no other plans to use her in advertising for us but we would like to work with her again."

 
 

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