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Woman, 91, who as fearless teenager saved her entire Italian village from the Nazi firing squad is awarded a gallantry medal 74 years later

***EXCLUSIVE*** Brighton nonagenarian Gabriella Ezra (91) has finally been recognised for her wartime heroics... The extraordinary story of how a teenage girl saved an entire village from being executed by the Nazis has come to light after she finally received a gallantry award nearly 74 years later. Fearless Gabriella Ezra, 91, who lives in Brighton, Sussex, intervened to stop her father Luigi and 37 other inhabitants of a rural village in her native Italy from being massacred by a firing squad during the chaotic last days of WW2. She has now been awarded an Italian Star of Italy medal after her son Mark wrote to the Italian embassy to make them aware of her remarkable actions on the morning April 28, 1945. Gabriella, who was 17 years old at the time, chased after a German officer and pleaded with him to show mercy to the villagers of Capella di Scorze, near Venice, who had been rounded up and locked in a cowshed.

Anorexic woman who stopped eating after her parents divorced - but now she's an award-winning bodybuilder

***EXCLUSIVE*** This student starved herself with the intention of showing off her bones until hospitalisation showed her that anorexia was standing in the way of her dreams. London postgraduate student, Rebeka Tunegova (22), is finally embracing her incredible physique after years of struggling to accept her body. Rebeka Tunegova / A childhood filled with sports and activities meant Rebeka didn’t necessarily have to pay attention to everything she ate because she was active enough anyway. However, changes at puberty saw her figure change as she soon became overweight despite leading her active lifestyle. At her heaviest, Rebeka weighed just over 10 stone, wearing a UK size 12-14. By the age of 15, Rebeka was noticing her weight more than ever until a sudden tragedy struck and Rebeka’s childhood friend was diagnosed with cancer. This triggered a change in mindset where Rebeka began to control every element of her diet, to the extreme point of starvation when her weight dropped to just 6 stone 6lbs, when she wore a UK size 4, which was still too baggy on her.

Bike to the future: Royal Mail to trial e-Trikes instead of vans in eight areas for letter and parcel deliveries in a bid to help the environment

Royal Mail is holding its first ever trial of e-Trikes - powered by a combination of solar, battery, pedal and brake technology. The move will help postal workers deliver letters and parcels in a more environmentally-friendly way, said Royal Mail. Eight e-Trikes will be trialled in Stratford, east London, Cambridge and Sutton Coldfield in the next few weeks, for six months before the company decides whether to expand the trikes more widely across the UK.

Zohra – Afghanistan's first all-female orchestra

London, United Kingdom: Zohra Afghanistan's first all-female orchestra. Members of Zohra Afghanistan’s first all-female orchestra practice at the British Museum in central London, ahead of a concert they are performing.

37 year old MG's only done 106 miles

***EXCLUSIVE*** Factory Fresh - A classic sports car has emerged for sale in stunning 'timewarp' condition after going undriven for an incredible 37 years. The MG BGT was delivered new to its owner in 1982 but he never drove the iconic British convertible, instead keeping it locked up in a lockup. It has only ever done 106 miles which were covered when the owner took delivery of the vehicle nearly three decades ago. Despite never being used, the MG remains in pristine original condition and appears exactly as it did when it left the factory.

How Britain diagnosed and treated deafness… 1950s style

***EXCLUSIVE*** Fascinating black and white photographs from fifties Britain show hearing impaired children undergoing tests at the Department of Education of the Deaf. Remarkable pictures from 1952 show psychologist, Mr P C Kendall, banging a drum near an upset baby girl, a young boy playing with farm animals as he undergoes a hearing assessment, and a 14-month-old child being taught to lipread by her mother. Another stunning shot shows a little girl fiercely concentrating on her wooden toy as a woman tinkers with the testing equipment in the background. Before the 1970s, most deaf children in the UK went to residential schools specifically for deaf children. By the 1960s, deaf schools had already existed for 200 years.

Grand six-bedroom mansion with a tennis court, swimming pool and its own private PUB goes on sale for £2.2million

***EXCLUSIVE*** Never worry about last orders again... A pretty country home that comes complete with its own private pub is on the market for Ł2.2m. The elegant Arts & Crafts property in a picturesque hamlet near Chelmsford, Essex, is the perfect house for entertaining with a swimming pool, all weather tennis court, stables and almost six acres of land. And those who love a tipple would not have to worry about stumbling home from a night of sinking pints and playing pool as the detached games room, complete with an impressive bar, is just 100 yards from the main house.

Model train set sells for £244,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A late aristocrat's prized collection of model trains has sold for Ł244,000. Lord Braybrooke set up a miniature garden railway 55 years ago in the grounds of his stately home at Audley End House in Saffron Walden, Essex. He died in 2017 and his family parted with nine of his locomotives to raise funds to improve the railway's facilities so it can keep running for future generations.