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A shoe lover "addicted" to buying Adidas trainers has no plans to stop - despite spending more than £30,000 on his obsession

***EXCLUSIVE*** James Penty says his collection is his pride and joy and he even blew off a romantic Valentine's dinner at the last minute to fly to get his hands on a pair of trainers.  The 33-year-old has queued for upto 23 hours at a time and once drove more than 200 miles to get his hands on a vintage pair.  James' addiction began back in 2005 when he bought a pair of rare city series trainers.  Since then, he has amassed a staggering haul of more than 400 pairs of trainers - and he doesn't even wear half of them.  As with most collectors, James keep around 60 percent of his collection in the box and does not wear them out and about to ensure they stay in mint condition.

Moves with a message! San Francisco nurse, 23, goes viral on TikTok by using trendy dance videos to educate young people about coronavirus

***EXCLUSIVE*** SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, USA: Nurse with over TWO-MILLION LIKES on TIKTOK posts dance videos to educate young people on CORONAVIRUS. Nurse, Miki Rai (23) from San Francisco, California, USA, is currently serving on the front-line in the war against COVID-19 - more commonly referred to as 'novel coronavirus'. The paediatric intensive care unit (NICU) nurse graduated from nursing school just two years ago - yet she is already experiencing a high increase in her working hours due to the current pandemic. Miki has been warned about the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) yet like so many other healthcare workers, she is turning up to work regardless. Some of Miki’s colleagues have been asked to re-use their masks for a weeks’ worth of shifts which contradicts standard hygiene practices. Miki is also finding that supermarket shelves are empty when she visits at the end of a long day. Despite Miki’s incredible efforts at work, she’s also educating people on how to prevent the spread of coronavirus in her free time. Miki decided to create short videos on the popular video app, TikTok, using viral dance trends to get her message across. In her 15-second videos, Miki has educated viewers on how to wash their hands thoroughly and how to practise effective social distancing. The tactic seems to be working as Miki’s videos have collectively received an impressive 2,000,000 likes. She hopes to continue battling the spread of misinformation in addition to raising awareness on how we can all help ease the strain on healthcare services.

New trend: Christmas tree decorating for Easter

***EXCLUSIVE*** Considering there are Christmas trees and Halloween trees, it's no surprise that Easter egg trees are also gaining in popularity. The tradition of decorating tree branches with Easter eggs goes way back. Learn a bit more about the history of this habit by clicking through, then continue on for some inspiration images to craft your own piece of Easter deco. A tree would make for a lovely spring centerpiece for your Easter brunch. Decorating trees or plants with eggs is a custom that comes from Germany called Ostereierbaum, meaning Easter egg tree. German native Volker Kraft even became famous for decorating a tree in his garden with Easter eggs every year.

The Big Empty: Pandemic NEW Normal for Public SpaceS

Tourist hotspots around the world are deserted due to COVID-19, with several major cities under lockdown. In cities not under lockdown, social distancing measures are being heavily encouraged. Governments are advising against all non-essential domestic travel, with the US and Europe enforcing strict international travel bans. From citywide quarantines to infections aboard cruise ships to cancellations of major international events, the global public health emergency caused by the coronavirus has been unfolding rapidly and dramatically. The virus, which causes a disease known as COVID-19, emerged in Wuhan, China, late last year, but it has since spread to 196 countries. There are 375,000 confirmed cases and 16,000 deaths worldwide. In the USA, as of March 24, at least 52,215 people across every state and US territory have tested positive for the virus, and at least 675 people have died. Japan and the International Olympic Committee have agreed to postpone the 2020 Tokyo games until next year, but said they would happen no later than summer 2021. Up until this point, Europe was considered the epicenter for the virus, with Italy being the primary source of both new cases and deaths. Deaths in the country have begun to slow there recently. WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris stated ‘There is a glimmer of hope,' regarding Italy. ‘We've seen in the last two days fewer new cases and deaths in Italy but it's very, very early days yet.'

Autonomous robots are helping kill coronavirus in hospitals with UV light

Robots are helping to fight against coronavirus by disinfecting hospital rooms with a powerful concentrated UV light. Developed by Danish company UVD Robots, the autonomous machines are used as part of regular cleaning cycles and are extremely helpful at preventing and reducing the spread of infectious diseases, viral infections, bacteria and other types of harmful organic microorganisms in the environment by breaking down their DNA-structure. The UVD robots have eight light bulbs that emit UV-C ultraviolet light able to destroy bacteria, virus, and other harmful microbes. Once inside a room, the robot will take around 20 minutes to completely disinfect it by damaging the DNA and RNA of microbes, stopping them from multiplying. As the light is harmful to humans too, people are required to stay outside while the robot does its job. ''Please leave the room, close the door and start a disinfection,'' says a voice from the robot before it begins its clean. The robot is safe, reliable and eliminates human error. Furthermore, it is user-friendly and is designed to be operated by every-day cleaning staff through an app. medical facilities around the United States.

Architects design shipping container-made ICUs for COVID-19 treatment

Italian architects have designed an intensive-care pod within a shipping container that could be added to hospitals fighting the coronavirus pandemic. Named Connected Units for Respiratory Ailments - or CURA, which is the latin word for cure - the intensive care unit (ICU) pods have been designed to increase the country's intensive care capacity. ''The aim is that they can be quickly deployed in cities around the world, promptly responding to the shortage of ICU space in hospitals and the spread of the disease,'' explained the CURA team. The first prototype unit is being built at a hospital in Milan, which is one of the cities in Italy with the most cases of coronavirus Covid-19. The units have been designed by Italian architecture studio Carlo Ratti Associati and architect Italo Rota as part of a development team including engineering studio Jacobs and digital studio SquintOpera, which created the video explaining the concept.

Incredible moment a rollerblader wear a hazmat suit and performs backflip

***EXCLUSIVE*** THIS is the bizarre moment a rollerblader wearing a HAZMAT suit arrives at a skatepark and performs a backflip. The skater was taking no chances given the current Coronavirus pandemic and thought it fitting to rollerblade in full protective gear. Marcel Blomme was filmed on Tuesday (24th March) wearing the decontamination suit and pulling some amazing stunts on his skates.

Monkey Magic: snow monkey has very human surprised reaction to magic trick

Arashiyama, Japan: A snow monkey is seen having a very human reaction to a magic trick. Hector Sansegundo, a Spanish a stand-up comedian and magician, made a tasty snack disappear from his hand - and the monkey was left open-mouthed in astonishment. Hector fooled the primate a few times before giving it the treat at the Iwatayama Monkey Park in Arashiyama, while on holidays in Japan, on March 14th. He explains: „Until now this magic trick I have only ever tried with people, but now I can see from testing on monkeys that it has a high effectiveness, with no side effects.”

NASA unveil all-electric X-57 in final configuration

United States: This artist’s concept image shows NASA’s first all-electric X-plane, the X-57 Maxwell, sitting in its final configuration in front of a hangar at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California. This configuration, known as Mod IV, features a high-aspect ratio wing, relocation of the cruise motors to the wingtips, and 12 smaller high-lift motors with propellers for takeoff and landing.

Coughs and sneezes spread diseases’ fascinating public health film from the 1940s advising Britons

***EXCLUSIVE*** A practical joke kicks off a 1945 Public Service film entitled Coughs and Sneezes, which teaches Brits the importance of not spreading germs and diseases by using a handkerchief. The film has re-surfaced after the Coronavirus pandemic has killed hundred of Brits in early part of 2020. A humorous and fascinating public service film from the 1940s advising Brits on how to stop the spread of germs has re-emerged as the Coronavirus pandemic kills hundreds in the UK. At a time when the spread of disease is on everyoneÕs minds, the two newly-discovered films drive home good hygiene practice that could stop the spread of Covid-19. The first filmed, entitled Coughs and Sneezes from 1945, begins with a comic montage of practical jokes.

Glorious photos of the northern lights in Canada have been taken by a British photographer - who originally only went to snap polar bears

***EXCLUSIVE*** Brian Matthews had intended to get images of the grizzly animal but instead walked away with majestic shots of the northern lights dangling over an abandoned ship. The SS Ithaka has been shipwrecked in the Canadian town of Churchill and left deserted in the middle of nowhere since 1960. The staggering photos show the ship stranded below as a shroud of lights dance above it. Different shades of green can be seen to ripple in the sky in the pictures taken at two in the morning.