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Chatter box A team from Woodside Animal Centre in Leicester have begun a freezing Arctic trek that will see them braving temperatures as low as -30c.

The seven-strong team are taking on the challenge to raise as much money as possible towards funding the construction of an onsite veterinary facility, which will maintain the centre's ability to provide medical care for the thousands of animals that arrive at the centre each year.

They will be aiming to complete the journey from Tromso in Norway to Jukkasjarvi in Northern Sweden in just six days before returning back to the UK on Sunday April 5. To sponsor the challenge visit www.justgiving.com/arcticchal/ (Image:Studio 21) Chatter box

Seventh British healthcare worker sent home due to suspected Ebola

A further UK healthcare worker has been transported to the UK on suspicion of having contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone. The patient was transported to the UK on Monday (16 March) for assessment, and has now been discharged. The individual has not been diagnosed with the disease, nor do they have any symptoms.

Seven individuals have now been returned to the UK, although only one has tested positive for the Ebola virus. Public Health England say that all discharged patients will reside in appropriate private accommodation and will be monitored for any symptoms for the remainder of their 21-day incubation period.


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