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(From The Daily Star)
Byline: PETER DYKE
NOW that's what you call a useful Christmas present.
Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh and several celeb chums went back to Africa to distribute life-saving mosquito nets.
They help prevent the spread of deadly malaria which is carried by mosquitoes and is Africa's biggest killer.
Back in March, Kimberley, 28, and a host of celebs embarked on a gruelling seven-day hike up Mount Kilimanjaro and raised a whopping GBP3.5million for Comic Relief.
Just before Christmas, Kimberley and four of the stars who braved the 15,000 ft trek - GMTV's Ben Shepherd, 35, Take That frontman Gary Barlow, …