HERE is our look back at 2008. Be sure to check back on www.huntspost24.co.uk to see how the rest of the year unfolded. AN aircraft carrying a group of Huntingdonshire businessmen was found washed up on a Brazilian beach on May 6. The rescue mission was later called off by officials, but relatives hired a boat to continue the search. No one was found. HDC spent \u00A329,000 changing its logo, saying the Disability Discrimination Act disallowed the previous logo as it was too hard for visually impaired people to read. ST Neots won the best dressed ceremonial town crier. Mike Blackburn won the accolade in Ely. CHILDREN at Priory Park Infant School in St Neots appealed for help crossing a busy road. The school had not had a crossing patrol officer for two years. A RETIRED public transport chief made sure all of his daughter's wedding guests arrived on time by organising a park and ride service. John Holmes, 64, hatched the plan to ferry 60 guests from the Burgess Hall in St Ives to Bluntisham Baptist Church and back again. TWO men were beaten unconscious outside their homes after trying to stop yobs vandalising cars. Tony Hawker, 35, and Wayne Latham, 51, both needed hospital treatment after 10 youths attacked them in Ramsey. A POLICE sniffer dog retired after nine years of service. Charlie joined the Cambridgeshire unit in 1999 and has since helped to discover millions of pounds in cash and over a million in drugs. A BRAMPTON tot became one of Britain's youngest people to take part in the Race for Life. Fifteen-month-old Gabriella Dudley toddled one kilometre of the five kilometre course with her mum, Amanda Pickering. A FENTON couple demanded action after two cars crashed into their garden in six weeks. Alan and Susan Ives say they have "lost count" of the number of times that cars have crashed off the B1040 into their home.