Ha nem jelenik meg rendesen kattintson ide!

A couple have gone ahead with their full wedding ceremony via zoom despite being in lock-down - as they had both already tattooed the date on their feet.

***EXCLUSIVE*** Zoe and Rachel Taylor-Knee had planned their big day for several months and were left devastated when the coronavirus meant it could not go ahead as planned. But they still waited the date - 5 April - to be their actual wedding day as they had inked it on their feet and engraved it on their rings. And after finding a celebrant that would perform the ceremony online, they gathered friends and family together for a full 'virtual wedding' in their garden.

A red telephone box has been transformed into a food bank to help struggling villagers during the Coronavirus lockdown

***EXCLUSIVE*** The disused phone box, in Muthill, Perth and Kinross, has been given a new lease of life as a vital dropoff and collection point for villagers in need. The rural village is home to around 675 people, and since April 9 when the initiative launched, it has been packed with donations ranging from tinned goods to chocolate lollies, toiletries, fresh fruit and vegetables, and jigsaws and books. It was the idea of friends Corinna Robertson and Susan Crawford, who normally heads up Muthill in Bloom, but turned her community spirit to helping out in the crisis.

An intrepid 51-year-old adventurer has climbed up and down the height of Mount Everest to raise cash for NHS heroes - in his own home

***EXCLUSIVE*** Avid explorer Rob Ferguson completed the mammoth 17,600m challenge by climbing his stairs non-stop for 24 hours.  He became the first person to climb up and down Everest at home by walking his flight of stairs 6,506 times.  Rob was part of a 16-strong team that was due to fly out to Nepal to conquer the mountain later this month.

A couple who devoted their lives to caring for others and had 26 foster children have died of coronavirus - within a week of each other

***EXCLUSIVE*** Hefin and Valerie Williams, who were married for 48 years, were rushed to hospital just six days apart with Covid-19 and tragically died after a short battle with the disease. Their heartbroken family were not able to say their last goodbyes to the couple, who had four children, 26 foster children and six grandchildren, due to the risk of infection. Their daughter Andrea Brinksman, 44, has called for people to take the Government's advice seriously and adhere to the lockdown to save lives.

Astronauts who spend too long in space without gravity return with deformed brains and a higher risk dementia, research found

***EXCLUSIVE*** Extended spells in space have long been known to cause vision problems in astronauts, but a pioneering study now suggests the impact could be far worse.  The lack of gravity in space redirects blood away from the extremities to the brain causing pressure to build inside the skull, American researchers found.  This process may cause the brain‚Äôs volume to balloon and the pituitary gland to shrink, which scientists suspect could cause difficulty walking, bladder control problems and dementia. Brains scans a year after the astronauts returned from The International Space Station suggested irreversible damage.