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Metal detectorist hunting friend’s lost wedding ring finds stash of centuries-old gold coins worth more than £100k

***EXCLUSIVE*** Gobsmacked Paul Raynard, 44, screams „there’s a fortune here, this is the moment we dreamed of!” to best pal Michael Gwynne, 52, when he realised the scale of their find.  Paul, of Keighley, Yorks., „broke down in tears” when he stumbled across the cluster of 84 coins in a field near Ballycastle, Northern Ireland. Stunned Paul and Michael found the coins - dating back to the 1500s - whilst looking for a pal’s wedding ring. They couldn't find the ring and had only dug up a horseshoe and a 5p coin when they dug up a collection of coins. Experts say it could be the biggest ever haul found on the island of Ireland and possibly worth hundreds of thousands of pounds. Some of the coins found by Paul - such as ultra-rare Henry VI and Charles I coins - are thought to be worth around 50K on their own.

A roaming feline has been exploring Europe with his owner’s campervan for the past seven years - and has clocked up a whopping 50,000 miles of travel

***EXCLUSIVE*** A fun-loving feline has been traversing Europe inside his adventurous owners' camper van for the past seven years - clocking up a whopping 50,000 miles. Noodles the black cat has been globetrotting with Alex and Robert Crosland since the couple in their 70s retired and bought a snazzy motor home. In September the trio set off on their current 5,000 mile voyage, through France and Spain, and they won't return home to West Yorkshire until Christmas.  Ten-year-old Noodles has his own pet passport and gets jabs before heading overseas, where he is given free reign of the campsites the Croslands stay at.

Brewery puts photos of rescue dogs on their beer cans to help them get adopted

Fargo, North Dakota, United States: A North Dakota brewery is featuring homeless dogs on their beer cans in hope of finding them a forever home. 4 Luv of Dog Rescue has teamed up with Fargo Brewing Company to feature hard-to-place pups on a range of beer cans featuring their portraits.  The rescue group has dubbed their long-term resident canines as „One-der” dogs. „Our One-der dogs are dogs that will live their best life in a home by themselves and there’s no other pets” Jerad Ryan, a volunteer at 4 Luv of Dog explains. „So, they can be a little bit tougher to find homes for, foster homes, that type of thing.” For Ryan, these dogs are particularly special, and he even provided foster care to a „sweet, energetic lady” pup called Bizzy. Ryan wanted to find an alternative way to find adoptive families for Bizzy and the other homeless dogs at 4 Luv of Dog, so he came up with a creative idea. „I was always trying to think of ways to promote her and the other less fortunate dogs in our rescue” Ryan said. „At my job at Northern Plains Label we produce labels for breweries, and I just had the light bulb style idea to feature the dogs on beer cans.” Fargo Brewing Company produced the new beer can designs, featuring 6 adoptable pups from the 4 Luv of Dog shelter - Nyx, Bizzy, Jensen, Hobie, Moby, and Virginia. They even had a local event where people could buy the special edition six pack of the Fargo Original Larger and meet one of the dogs from the campaign.

Man has converted his mobility scooter into a tank ahead of Remembrance Sunday

***EXCLUSIVE*** As Remembrance Sunday approaches, one poppy seller has transformed his mobility scooter into a tank complete with tracks, a large gun and rockets. Eddie Wadsworth has been making the wooden-framed cardboard tank since June. Painted in camouflage colours green and brown and with a large cardboard gun on the front and fake rockets, the 85-year-old has even added rousing military music. Mr Wadsworth, who lives in Derbyshire, wanted to do something for the charity to repay the kindness he received from the Swadlincote branch of the Royal British Legion when his father John was killed in action in the Second World War.