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Emergency service workers the world over are prepared to put their lives on the line to save others. But rarely has their dedication been more clear than on September 11, 2001.


In many Third World countries children die simply because doctors lack the skills to perform major operations we take for granted.


Pat Campbell never lost her belief that she could help bring peace to the troubled streets of Northern Ireland. Not even after a Loyalist killer murdered her youngest son in cold blood.


The parents of murdered eight-year-old Sarah Payne touched the hearts of the nation with their quiet dignity and refusal to give in to despair and bitterness in the face of the unimaginable agony of losing a daughter.


A whole new generation of British athletes were inspired by the extraordinary sporting feats of Tanni Grey-Thompson.


At the age of four, Ellen MacArthur began messing around in boats with her aunt.


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