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The widow had been badly beaten and then strangled. Mrs Harwood said: "I don't think it has hit home yet. Even when you look at it in the paper you can't imagine it being her. The two women moved into adjacent homes in Mulberry Road, within weeks of each other in and quickly became good friends.

They would often take care of each other's children and Mrs Harwood fondly remembers the time she spent going on day trips and visiting markets with her friend. She said: "She used to take me and my daughter out for day trips and we'd take the dogs for walks together. She loved markets. We would always traipse round to different markets throughout the area or go up to the West End, in London with her baby.


Mrs Harwood says her friend loved the warm weather and could often be seen sunbathing in her back garden on sunny days before going to her job as a receptionist at Cygnets Leisure Centre, Northfleet. Mrs Harwood helped her friend through a difficult time when her husband Matthew died in the s before she moved back to her home town of Bishop Auckland to be with her family some years later.

Her daughter, Mrs Beverley Sains, 45, who lives with her husband Mark and children Richard, 22 and Natalie, 10, in Bishop Auckland, said: "The news of her death has come as a dreadful shock. To be told that she has been killed is so hard to accept. It has left us all totally numb.

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Tunisia was a place where she regularly took holidays. She just loved to travel and wherever she went she made friends. She had a lovely out-going personality. She just wanted to enjoy life to the full and enjoy her family. She loved the warm weather because it helped her arthritis. She loved to shop and she loved holidays.

Police at Durham Constabulary are liaising with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and providing support for her family. A Tunisian man has been arrested and is being questioned in connection with the attack. Did you know Pauline?

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Man airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries after moped crash on Sidcup Bypass

Toggle navigation. Kevin Franklin was sentenced to six months imprisonment suspended for a year after a jury cleared him of causing death by dangerous driving. The year-old senior director with the UK Border Agency had admitted causing death by careless driving.

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Franklin, of Manor Way, Bexleyheath, was also ordered to carry out hours unpaid work. He was banned from driving for 18 months.

Eric Haylett, 75, from the Longfield area, was killed near Bluewater shopping centre just two days after his wife's death. Mr Haylett was on his way home from visiting one of his three daughters as the Jeep smashed into his City Rover.

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He died at the scene. Judge Jeremy Carey told Franklin: "It is a feature of these kinds of cases in which a death has occurred as a result of a dreadful collision that two worlds collide at the time of sentence. Driving the wrong way down the dual carriageway, he said, was "carelessness of a very considerable kind". He added: "It is for that reason I conclude it was, indeed, carelessness which fell not far short of dangerous driving.

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How can it have happened? Another daughter said: "Driving the wrong way down a dual carriageway towards another driver is not an act of carelessness, it is extremely dangerous.


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