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Meet the „the coolest cop ever” a skateboarding police officer who is a star at the skatepark - in full uniform

***EXCLUSIVE*** Officer Craig Hanaumi skates in full uniform, shredding at the skatepark with the kids of Bellevue, Washington, USA. „I always have my skateboard in cop car” said Hanaumi, 44, who has been working in law enforcement for 16 years. Hanaumi has been skating since he was a little kid growing up in 1980s Hawaii, but he took a 25 year break to train to be a cop and move to Washington.

For sale: HRH Princess Margaret’s longest serving Rolls-Royce

United Kingdom: Complete with bespoke interior upholstery and fittings, the Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II is estimated at £50,000 - ¬£60,000. Exactly how many notable personages have been conveyed in this one-off Silver Wraith II remains a mystery. Although, it is known to have hosted Paul Getty, Ronald and Nancy Reagan, Lady Diana Spencer (before she married Prince Charles), HM The Queen and Queen Mary, The Queen Mother...Also, under the hammer at H&H Classics at Duxford, Cambridgeshire, on 18 March, is film director Michael Winner’s Bentley T Series (estimate £25,000 to £30,000).

How London got its water: Fascinating photos show can-do Victorians at work 140 years ago building the network of drains, reservoirs and pipes that still supplies the capital today

***EXCLUSIVE*** A five-year project to catalogue almost 20,000 Thames Water photographs has revealed an extraordinary range of historic images charting the development of London’s water supply and sewer network in the 19th and 20th centuries. They include images of the sewer network during construction, engineers called „flushers” descending in to drains and a boat known as a „sludge vessel” which collected and disposed of waste, as well as „Don’t Waste Water” posters from the former Metropolitan Water Board, predecessor to Thames Water. The initiative, which was carried out in partnership with the City of London Corporation, saw archive staff at London Metropolitan Archives repackage lantern slides and glass plate and photographic negatives dating back to the 1880s. The images were ordered and repackaged to professional archival standards which will help preserve them for generations to come.

Most valuable ever coin unveiled by Royal Mint - and it has James Bond's car on it

The Royal Mint has unveiled a seven-kilo gold coin with a face value of £7,000 as part of its new James Bond collection. The one-of-a-kind piece features an engraving of an Aston Martin DB5 with its famous BMT 216A number plate, surrounded by a gun barrel. Measuring 185mm in diameter, it is the largest coin with the highest face value ever produced by the Royal Mint in its 1,100-year history. The piece, which was created using engraving machines before being hand-polished, is part of a commemorative coin and gold bar collection launched ahead of the 25th James Bond film, No Time To Die. It includes a smaller two-kilo gold coin with a denomination of £2,000, which has a recommended retail price of £129,990.

Police deal with a 600-pound lost sea lion

Near Castle Rock, Washington, United States: Police had a weighty problem on their hands - when they had to deal with a 600-pound lost sea lion. Cowlitz County Deputies, in Washington, responded to a sea lion in the roadway, roughly two miles from the closest water source. With the assistance of the Department of Fish and Wildlife they were eventually able to transport it in a trailer back to its home waters.

Jiangsu teacher's artworks of paper cutting

Artworks of paper cutting made by Dong Wei, a teacher from a local middle school, Suining county, Xuzhou city, east China's Jiangsu province.