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With £2m in their sights, wounded servicemen finish trek

A GROUP of wounded servicemen who were joined by Prince Harry on their Arctic trek yesterday celebrated their arrival at the North Pole.

Prince Harry treks back to UK

PRINCE Harry has arrived back in the UK after spending four days trekking to the North Pole with a group of wounded servicemen.

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Prince Harry flies back after ice trek

Prince Harry's Arctic adventure ended yesterday when repairs were completed to an ice runway, allowing him to fly home.

Harry's Arctic trek put on ice

Prince Harry's charity trek in the Arctic has been delayed for 24 hours.

Prince Harry gets blue blood (well, it is -40°C)

Prince Harry has arrived in the Arctic and been warned to expert temperatures as low as minus 40C trekking to the North Pole with a group of wounded servicemen.

Harry set for charity polo match in Dubai

Prince Harry is to play in a fundraising polo match in Dubai in aid of his charity Sentebale, which helps impoverished African children in Lesotho.

Prince Harry 'inspired' by Diana's charity

PRINCE Harry has described how he hopes to emulate the "fantastic" charitable work of his parents.

Prince of Wales tells of traffic fears for his biker sons

The Prince of Wales has voiced his concerns about his sons riding motorbikes on busy roads.

Dramatised Prince Harry 'kidnapping' defended

Channel 4 has defended its broadcast of a "dramatised documentary" showing Prince Harry taken prisoner in Afghanistan as "sober and responsible".

Anger at TV film about prince being captured

The head of the armed forces has written to Channel 4 to demand that it does not show a "dramatised documentary" based on what would happen if Prince Harry were to be taken prisoner in Afghanistan.

Hands-on visit for Harry

Prince Harry met troops trained to guard soldiers against chemical attack when he visited RAF Honington near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, yesterday.

Frontline action beckons as Prince Harry completes pilot's course

PRINCE Harry's hopes of returning to frontline action in Afghanistan have been given a major boost after it was announced that he had passed his army pilot's course.

Palace denies Harry spent £10k on booze

CLAIMS that Prince Harry spent £10,000 on vintage champagne during a night out partying were denied by St James' Palace yesterday. The prince reportedly treated his friends and other partygoers to more than 45 bottles of bubbly last Friday at an exclusive club.

World Cup lures royal brothers

SOUTH Africa's World Cup summer is to be graced with a royal presence.

Prince Harry on screen at the Brits

MUSIC fan Prince Harry will appear on screen at this year's Brit awards, it was announced today.

Prince Harry takes a bad fall – but was it really for a good cause?

HE'S known to have a quick temper, but Prince Harry's latest strop may have disguised an extraordinary act of generosity.

Harry launches polo competition to raise cash for African children

PRINCE Harry made an impassioned plea yesterday for support for his charity Sentebale as he launched a polo competition that will fund its efforts to help impoverished African children.

Princes found own charitable foundation

PRINCE William and Prince Harry have set up their own charitable foundation with a focus on assisting the war wounded, it was announced yesterday.

Harry to go on diversity course

PRINCE Harry will be sent on an equality and diversity course after a series of racial gaffes, it emerged yesterday.

Prince hit by new race claims over 'banter'

A COMEDIAN has claimed that he was told by Prince Harry: "You don't sound like a black chap."

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