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Boy, three, who was diagnosed with a rare neurological condition which affects just one in a BILLION, is able to walk for the first time after his parents raised £16k for a 'life-changing' machine

***EXCLUSIVE*** Three-year-old Oliver Hardwell was diagnosed with an incredibly rare strain of Pontocerebellar Hypoplasia (PCH) called Encephalopathy Fatal Infantile, or PCH type six - in December 2018. The neurological disorder results in the wasting away of parts of the brain which affect movement, balance and speech – and there are only six reported cases worldwide. Rare as the condition is, little Oliver is an even more special case as he has a genetic variation that means his case is completely unique. Although doctors don’t yet know what the variation means, it seems to be positive for Oliver as he lacks many of the typical symptoms of PCH – such as suffering from devastating seizures. His development, however, is affected and while other children his age are running around care-free, Oliver has just learnt to sit up with minimal support. But with the help of a revolutionary machine called an Innowalk, he has been able to mimic the action of walking, pushing up from his feet and using the muscles in his legs for the first time.

A mum endured a nine-year battle including seven rounds of IVF and three miscarriages to have her miracle family

***EXCLUSIVE*** Emma Rees, 38, thought she would fall pregnant straight after marrying husband Lyn, 38, but they struggled for years. The forked out thousands of pounds on private IVF, only for each fertilisation to end in a miscarriage or unsuccessful attempt. But after she had a two-year break to focus on being an aunt, she finally fell pregnant on her SEVENTH attempt at IVF. The proud parents welcomed twins Sophie and Ollie, now one, and now feel their family is complete. The local government worker from Brynamman, Wales, said: “They were everything I'd imagined and more.

World's oldest bowling green

***EXCLUSIVE*** Southampton Old Bowling Green, the oldest bowling green in the world, celebrates its 245th annual “Knighthood” competition which started this week (Wednesday) and may last up to two weeks before a victor is found. The competition features “gentlemen commoners” competing to become this year’s Knight of the Green. The winner is awarded a silver medallion and they also receive the honour of officiating future competitions. The game of bowls was traditionally played by the upper class who would wear their best clothing. As time went on “common people” were accepted onto the green and allowed to play. These days top hat and tails are worn during the competition to emulate the smart dress once worn by the elite whilst the game's players wear their regular white bowling kit. The competition has run in one form or another since 1776.

Stunning drone images show a maze commissioned by Prince Charles at Dumfries House - but can YOU work out how to get to the centre?

***EXCLUSIVE*** These stunning drone pictures show a maze commissioned by Prince Charles at a country pad he helped to save - inspired by his childhood love of labyrinths. The Duke of Rothesay campaigned to restore stately home Dumfries House, in Cumnock, East Ayrshire, and channelled millions of pounds into the project. The estate had fallen into disrepair and was up for sale in 2007, when the heir to the throne got involved in a campaign to save it and open it up for the public to enjoy. Three years ago, gardeners and craftsmen at the stately home completed work on a huge maze commissioned by the prince, who had enjoyed wandering around a similar one on the Sandringham Estate, Norfolk, as a child.

We're no sticks in the mud! Hundreds of competitors don fancy dress and leap into a murky water-filled trench to take part in the World Bog Snorkelling Championship

Hundreds of competitors in fancy dress jumped into a water-filled trench on Sunday as they took part in the World Bog Snorkelling Championship in Wales. Entrants are required to swim two consecutive lengths of the murky water, wearing flippers and a snorkel. Many of them also donned bizarre costumes including a dinosaur, lobster and shark. The event took place at Waen Rhydd bog on the outskirts of the UK's smallest town, Llanwrtyd Wells. Recognizable swimming strokes are not allowed. Competitors complete the two lengths relying only on the power they can generate using their flippers. The competition is now in its 34th year. It has been described by travel guide publisher Lonely Planet as one of the top 50 'must do' events around the world.

Out of this world creatures from the deep sea

***EXCLUSIVE*** Close-up images reveal the fascinating colours and patterns of deep sea creatures. The fish, many of which are rarely seen by humans, look almost alien-like in these macro photographs. Every intricate detail of the deep sea creatures can be seen, including the vivid colours of their scales and shells. Underwater photographer Lilian Koh, 44, dived 30 metres below the sea surface to see marine life including a snowflake moray eel, a coconut octopus and a lizardfish devouring a juvenile grouper.

Buffalo and yellow billed oxpecker face off

***EXCLUSIVE*** A tiny oxpecker comes face to face with a massive buffalo after landing cheekily on the beast's nose. The little bird perched on the 500kg buffalo's snout for just 15 seconds, before flying off again. Amateur photographer Rick Carlson captured the brief encounter while on safari at Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area in Tanzania, Africa. The 74-year-old said yellow-billed oxpeckers are also known as 'tick birds', landing on animals such as buffalo to feed on parasites found in their fur.

A pair of grebes fight leaving them both submerged

***EXCLUSIVE*** A pair of great crested grebes make a splash as they fight over a floating nest.  The male freshwater birds charged and pecked at each other during the clash on the water's surface. Their orange and black head plumes, known as tippets, can be seen spreading wide as they square up and prepare to strike.  Engineer Jose Luis Ruiz Jimenez captured their fight, which lasted only minutes before one triumphantly sunk the other and claimed the nest, in Cecares, Spain.

Action carried out to kill dengue fever carrying mosquitos

***EXCLUSIVE*** A thick white fog shrouds a city street as police blast it with a Fogger machine designed to wipe out mosquitoes carrying a deadly virus. As the choking aerosol spreads, it engulfs the view of police and health professionals working to eradicate the parasites in Bogra, Bangladesh. Photographer Abdul Momin, 28, stood amidst the fog alongside more than 100 uniformed workers while using a drone to capture pictures of the plume from above. He said: "The aerosol spread everywhere a few minutes after the police started the Fogger machine.

Warthog and oxpeckers

***EXCLUSIVE*** Two brightly coloured redbilled oxpeckers are perched on a large male warthog as it drinks from a waterhole. Photographer Martin Hadmyr captured the moment the warthog was joined by two birds in the Zimanga Natural Reserve, South Africa. Martin from Helsingborg, Sweden took the images from an underground hide next to the waterhole, only four meters from the animals. He said “The bumps on a warthog's face are not warts, they are thick patches of skin that provide protection during fights. This one was so big and old that his face now provides the oxpeckers with perches. A perfect match." “I am surprised to see oxpeckers sitting in his face like it’s their home. He was so big that he had his own ecosystem.” The 45 year old said "One can’t help seeing such a big warthog without thinking of the movie 'The Lion King, this must be Pumbas old grandfather."

Owl peers out of pipe

***EXCLUSIVE*** A young owl peers out of a rusty pipe which it uses to nest. The young spotted owlet and its sibling can be seen looking out from their unusual home as they wait for their parents to return with food. They both edged to the end of the pipe, which provides safety for them, for a few minutes at a time before they disappeared back inside the nest. Amateur photographer Jasmeet Singh took these shots in the city of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Humpback whale bubble net feeding

***EXCLUSIVE*** A Humpback whale bursts out of the water, scooping up a mouthful of fish whilst bubble net feeding on herring in Juneau, Alaska. Photographer Danny Sullivan, 58, a business owner from San Dimas in Los Angeles, felt fortunate enough to capture this moment whilst visiting the area. Danny said: "Seeing the whales bubble net feeding is a privilege since this group of whales only feed while in the waters off of Juneau. They are very graceful and stealth when they swim by and service to breath." "I think these humpback whales are the most graceful animals living today, especially for their size. It's amazing to watch them feed without crashing into one another."