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Mother-of-one who had cancer while pregnant and went on to battle the disease for TEN years reveals she has since become a breast cancer nurse

***EXCLUSIVE*** An inspirational single mum who got cancer while she was pregnant has now dedicated her life to helping others with the disease - after becoming a breast cancer nurse. Brave Charlotte Ward's life almost fell apart nine years ago when an abnormality was picked up on a routine pregnancy scan, just months before she was due to give birth. Because of the baby doctors weren't able to probe any further and it wasn't until six weeks after having little Isabella that Charlotte, now 38, was diagnosed with cancer. In the decade since, the mum-of-one has had four surgeries, including a hysterectomy, and spent months on end having chemotherapy, often leaving her unable to care for Isabella. Following a run of clear scans, earlier this year the former gynaecology nurse jumped at the "opportunity of a lifetime" to work for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Woman reveals how she almost died after she was scratched by a stray CAT in her garden

***EXCLUSIVE*** A mum almost died after developing toxic shock when she was scratched by a stray CAT. Moira Brady, 45, developed deadly MRSA and Streptococcus A, which can cause serious bacterial infections, after she was clawed be a feline in her garden. As a result, Moira lost one finger from her left hand and said the ordeal has "ruined" her life - but doctors told her she is lucky to be alive. The surgeon who operated said that if Moira had not sought help when she did, a week after being scratched, it is likely the infection would have killed.

Woman, 23, in labour forced to pay £30 by a taxi driver after her waters broke in the car on the way to hospital

***EXCLUSIVE*** A pregnant woman whose waters broke while she was being rushed to hospital in a taxi was fined £50 by the driver - for making a 'mess' in the backseat. Dana Harrison, 23, had started to give birth in the vehicle and the new mum says she "had the baby's head in her hands" when they arrived at the hospital. When she got out of the taxi and went to rush inside the driver, whose name isn't known, asked her if she was "going to clean the car". According to Dana, who went into labour eleven days before her due date, the man then began shouting and told her she had to pay £50 for making a mess.

Gran, 105, takes to the roads on a custom motorcycle trike

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 105-year-old great-grandmother relived her youth when she donned leathers once again and roared off down memory lane. Staff at Colten Care’s Braemar Lodge in Salisbury arranged for Dorothy Noyce to ride pillion on a custom motorcycle trike with a biker who was wearing a skull mask and nicknamed ‘Bear’. Her one word verdict on the trip, which was accompanied by 30 bikers from Sarum MCC: ‘Whoopee!’ The outing was arranged after Claire Connor, from Braemar Lodge’s companionship team, noticed a picture of Dorothy and her late husband, Albert, with a motorbike.

A baby was diagnosed with a rare tumour-causing disease - thanks to her 'freckles'

***EXCLUSIVE*** Ruby Galloway, now four, was born with little dark marks on her cheeks, head and chest, and parents Katie, 30, and dad Tom, 31, thought they were just freckles or birthmarks. But when she was four-months-old, a health visitor said she thought they might be a sign of something more sinister, and eventually the tot was diagnosed with a rare condition. She has neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) ‚Äď a rare disorder which causes tumours to grow along the nerves, and also causes dark marks, called cafe au lait spots.

Jaw-dropping Caribbean private island with infinity pool and open bar is yours for £245pp a night

***EXCLUSIVE*** Slink off to the Caribbean this summer with your very own private island available for £243 per night, provided you have NINETEEN friends. Incredible images show the beautiful island from above with lush greenery, accommodation and large shimmering pools standing out among the clear-blue waters. Other striking shots show the cosy bedrooms on offer in the cabanas, the modern kitchens and living areas as well as the dining areas, pool and even a lazy river. Clark’s Cay is located in Honduras in Central America and is currently listed on www.privateislandsonline.com for around £34k for a week’s stay. It can host up to 20 guests, making it £243 per night for each guest.

Paris from above: Eiffel Tower and Champs-Élysées are captured in spectacular aerial pictures of the French capital

***EXCLUSIVE*** Stunning bird’s eye view photographs have revealed Paris as you’ve never seen it before. The spectacular pictures show some of the French capital’s most-famous landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe. Other incredible images show planes at Charles de Gaulle airport, the Parc des Princes stadium and Sacré-Cœur. The remarkable snaps were taken by renowned photographer Jeffrey Milstein (75), from Woodstock, New York, USA.

A sports car that cost its current owner just £40 when he bought it nearly 60 years ago has emerged for sale once again for an astounding £50,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The MG NA Magnette was purchased by the motoring enthusiast in 1963 when it was in a sorry state of disrepair. Described as a 'very capable and enthusiastic engineer' the owner then spent six years bringing the motor up to scratch himself. Once the work was complete he even used the British classic as his own wedding car when he married his wife in 1969.

Stunning Majorcan mansion once owned by an Austrian duke on sale for £7million

***EXCLUSIVE*** Live like royalty in this stunning seven-bed manor house that once belonged to the Archduke of Austria and could be yours for £6.7m. Incredible images show the house set in the hilltops overlooking turquoise waters, a shimmering pool with sun loungers and the lush greenery of the garden. Other striking shots show the cosy bedrooms, spacious living areas and bright dining areas as well as sleek bathrooms and study rooms. The seven-bed manor house is located in Valldemossa, Mallorca, Spain and is currently listed by Engel and Voelkers for around £6.7m.

One of the five golden tickets used in the film Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory has sold for just over £16,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The shiny slip of foil paper was the one English brat Veruca Salt 'found' after her wealthy father got his factory work-force to open thousands of Wonka chocolate bars. After filming had finished actress Julie Dawn Cole, who played selfish Veruca in the 1971 movie, kept hold of the 5ins by 7ins golden ticket. Julie later gifted it and a fake Wonka chocolate bar to her friend Lindy Sellers.

Marrying my husband with my ex-husband

***EXCLUSIVE*** Li Meijin, right, and his wife Li Jinluan, left, who marries to the former with her ex-husband, Yu Jianyun, who is trouble with mental retardation, Quzhou city, east China’s Zhejiang province. Li Jinluan filed for divorce against her ex-husband, Yu Jianhua, who got mental retardation six years ago due to a traffic accident, aiming to get married with Li Meijin this April. However, the newlyweds continue taking the responsibility of looking after Yu Jianyun, Quzhou city, east China’s Zhejiang province.

Those not so magnificent men in their flying machines...

***EXCLUSIVE*** Photos taken shortly after the RAF was formed has been discovered to illustrate the perilous nature of the early days of flight. An album of about 25 black and white snaps catalogue the thrills and spills of a time before many of the so-called magnificent men had not yet mastered the skills of flying. One image, taken in 1922, depicts an Avro 504 biplane seemingly defying gravity by standing completely vertical with its nose buried in the ground.

A stunning Scottish island has emerged for sale for just £1.4million - the cost of a London terraced home

***EXCLUSIVE*** Inchmarnock, at the northern end of the Sound of Bute in the Firth of Clyde, is 2.5 miles long, half a mile wide and has 4.75miles of coastline. The 660 acre island has a fascinating history, having been a target of Viking raids and used as a D-Day training ground - with bomb craters still visible in its landscape. A farmer even discovered the remains of a local Bronze Age woman, the Queen of the Inch, on the island in the 1960s. She lay in a stone cist wearing a black lignite necklace and carrying a flint dagger.

A Grade II listed railway station building transformed into a three-bedroom home has gone on the market - and trains still run right outside the living room window

***EXCLUSIVE*** The £395,000 building at Dent Station in Cumbria, the Yorkshire Dales, was built by the Midland Railway Company in 1877, and was used as a railway station waiting room, ticket office, and station master's office. But in the 1980s it was stripped out and turned into a holiday let, though the platform outside is still in use, with passengers waiting for their trains just outside the back of the house.

Are these Britain's poshest student digs?

***EXCLUSIVE*** Luxury university accommodation has been unveiled at a seaside resort - and it is a far cry from the traditional grotty student digs. The lavish new development in Bournemouth, Dorset, has 101 rooms that come with an en suite bathroom, kitchen and study area. Some of the suites, that resemble high end hotel rooms, even have sea views. The building also has its own fitness suite, on-site cinema, communal lounge, games room and even a private 'dinner party' room. A karaoke room is also planned to be built.

Deaf girl sells clothes via live streaming

***EXCLUSIVE*** Ziwei, right, a deaf girl who started her deaf online streamer career two months earlier, sells clothes via Taobao especially to deaf people, Hangzhou, east China’s Zhejiang province. Ziwei lost her hearing at the age of 3 and has fallen into deaf world since then. She recently arrived Hangzhou, the base for Chinese internet fame, and grasped the chance of being one of the first deaf online streamers on Taobao to introduce and sell products to 30 million deaf people in China.

Grebe chicks hang out on parent's back and squabble over meal

***EXCLUSIVE*** Squabbling chicks ride around a lake on their mother's back. The three great crested grebe chicks fought for space before rivalling each other for a morsel of newt offered to them by their father. Photographer Jose Luis Ruiz, 44, watched them for six hours, picturing one of the fidgeting babies on camera as it tumbled into the water of the lake in Caceres, Spain.

Blitz sketching

***EXCLUSIVE*** Poignant drawings documenting the devastation of the Blitz of London that were found by chance in a house clearance have sold for almost £3,000. The basic sketches were the work of an mysterious eye-witness who was right in the thick of the German bombing raids on the capital in the Second World War. The pencil and ink drawings depict people sleeping in bomb shelters, houses and shops reduced to rubble and a gaping hole in a road with 'wires sticking out'. There is also an accomplished drawing of a line of firemen battling to put out a blaze with several hoses.

Gull eats an avocet chick

***EXCLUSIVE*** A black-headed gull snatches a helpless chick from its parents, plucking it out of the water. The gull grabbed the baby avocet by the head before flying off to eat it. Photographers Christine and Kenneth Hadfield witnessed the heartbreaking moment on a lake at Washington Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre, County Durham.

An officer's extraordinary World War Two exploits have come to light after his son uncovered his wartime diary in a drawer while sorting through his affairs

***EXCLUSIVE*** Major Leslie Young was part of the rearguard at Dunkirk, took part in the famous Lofoten Islands raid and was taken prisoner in Tunisia before escaping and spending six eventful months on the run in Italy. He trekked 400 miles with a fellow officer through inhospitable mountains, crawling the last few miles over a minefield in No Man's Land between the German and American forces near Anzio, while both sides opened fire on them. Such was his sense of duty, just three days after returning to Britain, he volunteered to be involved in Operation Overlord, the invasion of Normandy, where he helped the breakout at Caen and was part of the relieving force at Arnhem during Operation Market Garden, before pushing the retreating forces back into Germany. The contents of these diaries, supplemented by testimonies from his fellow soldiers, feature in his son Nicholas Young's new book Escaping With His Life: From Dunkirk to D-Day and Beyond.

Farmers in lavender fields

***EXCLUSIVE*** Farmers harvest millions of lavender heads from fields striped with lines of the purple plants as far as the eye can see. Hundreds of acres of lavender grown across the Plateau de Valensole, France, is picked by farm machinery to make essential oils. After the harvest, locals and tourists will gather for a lavender festival, which focuses around the traditional distilling method used to extract the oil from the plants. Photographer Magali Chesnel, 44, from Ferney-Voltaire, France, stayed in the Provence region, which is famous for the scented plants, for four days, hoping to catch the tractors cutting the lavender on camera.