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A daredevil schoolboy has made history and become the youngest person to conquer Britain’s Three Peaks Challenge - aged SIX

***EXCLUSIVE*** Lucas Lawrenson is believed to have broken the previous unofficial record under 24 hours after completing the gruelling feat - and celebrated by tucking into 40 chicken nuggets from McDonald’s. The primary schoolboy was accompanied by his father, Adam, 33, and the pair scaled Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon in 23 hours, 46 minutes and 24 seconds. They took on the feat in aid of Deptherapy, which seeks to rehabilitate injured UK Armed Service personnel and veterans by running specially adapted scuba diving programmes. The charity is close to army veteran Adam’s heart after he tripped a hidden bomb in the battle zones of Afghanistan. Incredibly he survived unscathed - with the blast of the device knocking him off his feet and burning holes and tears in his boots. A dazed Adam, from St Helens, Merseyside., had to scramble away from the scene as the troops came under fire from a Taliban ambush.

Five friends who struggled for years to conceive all fell pregnant in the same summer and their babies were all born within three months of each other

***EXCLUSIVE*** Micki Berg, Amie Thomas, Kristin Matty, Kristen Heller and Celeste Zazzali couldn’t conceive naturally and turned to IVF to realize their dreams of becoming mothers. The girlfriends met up every week during their pregnancies, attended each other’s baby showers and even shared updates during their labors. Micki, 34, Amie, 36, Kristin, 31, Kristen, 45, and Celeste, 37, are now raising their tots as future best friends and say the experience of finally becoming moms together has bonded them for life. Amie, a school counsellor, mom of Penelope, two, of Middlesex, New Jersey, USA, said: „We wanted to be at each other’s baby showers, we wanted our bump pictures, we wanted to be there for each other. We would chat about our symptoms and ask for advice.”

Papuan woman clearing up the plastic marine pollution dumped on the beach in Manyaifun, Indonesia

***EXCLUSIVE*** A renowned British conservationist kayaked to one of the world's most untouched remote paradise islands -- and found it covered in piles rubbish from the rest of the world. Duncan Murrell, 65, was on a month long island-hopping expedition through Raja Ampat in Indonesia, and stopped at a spectacular remote fishing village. When he arrived the 100m stretch of beach, used by the locals to launch their fishing boats, it was pristine, and the crystal clear water free of any litter.

Groom glassed in face at pub quiz on night before his wedding

***EXCLUSIVE*** Scott Richards, 31, who required over 14 stitches and has been scarred for life, was almost forced to call of the big day after medics warned he might need an eye removed.  His devastated bride Adele, 34, from Ashford, Kent, saw her groom's mangled face for the first time as she walked down the aisle after only being informed of the attack just hours before.  Attacker, Tyler Plumridge, 28, who flung the glass into Scott's face at Ashford’s Singleton Barn has since been spared jail after a sentencing at Canterbury Crown Court in May 2019. Drunk stranger, Plumridge, a security guard, lashed out after having joined Scott's group at the quiet Sunday night pub quiz when he was caught stealing a wallet and a phone.  He was asked to hand the stuff back and to leave the pub but instead stripped to his pants before throwing a pint glass into Scott's face.  The couple claim that their £18,000 wedding day, for which they'd been saving up for two years, was 'almost totally ruined' by Tyler's actions.

A university student has invented a wristband which alerts friends and nightclub staff if a victim is being harassed or sexually assaulted

***EXCLUSIVE*** Beatriz Carvalho, 21, created the slick and discreet wristband and a complimenting smartphone app after suffering from harassment as a teenager. The Edinburgh Napier product design student said she wanted to come up with a savvy invention for her fourth year project which will help victims and educate perpetrators. Lux, the wristband and app connects friends on a night out and sends them and bar or nightclub staff an alert if the wearer is feeling distressed or intimidated. Beatriz said: "I settled on creating something that was educational as well as preventative.