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Groundskeeper creates an elaborate circle design because he was bored of doing squares

***EXCLUSIVE*** These stunning pictures show the astonishing lengths a 'bored' lower league football groundsman went to create the perfect pitch - covered in geometric shapes. Fed-up with 'drawing' the same outline on the Brechin City FC's turf Neil Wood, 54, decided to design something more creative with his lawnmower. The patient Globe Park groundsman spent six hours mowing the intricate pattern into the grass - which was hailed the 'most stunning in Scotland' on social media. But despite the huge compliment, Neil, from Brechin, Angus, remains humble about his design at the 4,083 capacity stadium - home to the Scottish League One side.

The farmer on whose land the Staffordshire Hoard was dug up 10 years ago is yet to bury the feud between him and the man who discovered the Anglo-Saxon treasure

***EXCLUSIVE*** Fred Johnson, 75, was reluctant to discuss Terry Herbert, 65, the metal detectorist who located the stash of gold and silver, with whom he shared £3.3m from the sale to museums.  The collection of 1,500 gold and silver ‘high status’ battlefield items from the seventh or eighth century is Britain’s largest Anglo-Saxon treasure trove.  The Staffordshire County Council archaeologist at the time Stephen Dean said the 5kg of pure gold and 2.5kg of silver was mainly on helmets, swords and shields and most probably belonged to royalty or nobles.

A primary school is poised to break the Guinness World Record for the longest line of...POM POMS

***EXCLUSIVE*** The huge collection is to raise cash for a robot to help children suffering with cancer.  So far supporters, including a squad of professional footballers and well wishers from as far as Australia, have donated more than 33,000 pom poms to aid the school in its bid.  The tally will see Valley Primary School in Bromley, south east London, overtake the 2016 record of 29,312 held by Carlisle's Eden Valley Hospice, when officials count them on Friday. Charlotte English, the deputy head of the school‚Äôs Parent Teacher Association, came up with the idea for the stunt.

Bono's Emporio Armani sunglasses for auction

Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. - Bono's Emporio Armani sunglasses worn by U2 frontman. The extremely rare Emporio Armani 9592 sunglasses feature star emblem hinges with a salmon-tinted mask-style lens. Includes the original red Emporio Armani sunglasses case, which has been signed in black felt tip, ''Bono, 2010.'' In fine condition. Consignor notes that these sunglasses were originally obtained at the Ripple of Hope Gala Auction held on November 17, 2010. Handsome, high-end sunglasses worn and owned by one of rock's biggest stars-Bono has won 22 Grammy Awards and has been nominated for two Oscars and the Nobel Peace Prize. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from his management firm, Principle Management.

A student has turned the tables on men who send women unsolicited 'dick pics' - by turning their X-rated snaps into ART

***EXCLUSIVE*** Francesca Harris, 21, spent her teenage years deleting and blocking countless explicit pics from men on online dating apps. Fed up with the crass nature, the Fine Art student decided to buck the trend by brazenly approaching men for an X-rated snaps for her final year project.  She set up a Tinder profile in October 2018 and explained in her dating app bio that she was on the hunt for X-rated snaps for her project, The Modern Man. After finding a match, the Fine Art student would start the conversation with "Dick pic?" but says the reaction she received varied.  The third-year student matched with 600 men but found almost a third of men asked what they would get in return while ten per cent responded with "tits first".

Apple-1 Computer Operation Manual For Auction

Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. - Apple-1 Computer Operation Manual could fetch $10k An extremely rare original Apple-1 Operation Manual from 1976 will be auctioned by Boston-based RR Auction. The original vintage Apple-1 Operation Manual issued by the Apple Computer Company circa 1976, 12 pages, featuring Apple's original logo on the front cover, designed by third Apple co-founder Ron Wayne and showing Isaac Newton thoughtfully seated beneath a tree, with a shining apple dangling overhead. The Operation Manual features information on getting the system up and running, using the system monitor, and expanding the Apple system, and features an impressive fold-out schematic of the Apple-1 computer. It also has a page headed ''6502 Hex Monitor Listing,'' for an innovative memory program devised by Steve Wozniak which is commonly called the 'Woz Monitor.' The Apple-1 was originally conceived by Steve Jobs and Steve' Woz' Wozniak as a bare circuit board to be sold as a kit and completed by electronics hobbyists, their initial market being Palo Alto's Homebrew Computer Club. Seeking a larger audience, Jobs approached Paul Terrell, owner of The Byte Shop in Mountain View, California, one of the first personal computer stores in the world.

‘Urban photography contest’ 2019

***EXCLUSIVE*** A series of stunning photos capturing impulsive moments in different cities around the world have scooped awards in ‘Urban photography contest’. There were more than 100,000 entries from across the globe by both professionals and amateurs alike. CBRE, one of the world’s leading commercial real estate services and investment firms, ran the competition for the 12th year running. The competition is run annually and each year photographers are asked to submit images around a theme.