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Michael Jordan's first-ever Air Jordan sneakers sell for $560,000 at auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** A pair of sneakers worn by basketball legend Michael Jordan in his rookie season in the NBA have fetched a record $560,000 in an online auction, Sotheby’s said. The autographed Air Jordan 1s, designed for Jordan in 1985 and the first-ever signature sneakers, were expected to fetch between $100,000 to $150,000 in the auction that closed on Sunday. Known for selling multimillion-dollar art, Sotheby’s held its first auction dedicated entirely to sneakers last year and had then set a world record of $437,500 for a pair of 1972 Nike running shoes known as the “Moon Shoe”.

A woman has built a 'real life' model village in her garden with characters based on locals

***EXCLUSIVE*** Donna Mitchell, 55, has spent lockdown creating 'Smalltown' and posting hilarious stories about its day-to-day life online. Residents include a cross-dressing vicar, a flashy geezer and the local "tart" - some of whom draw qualities from real people. The 'tart' is seen in various situations wearing next to nothing - chatting up all the men, visiting their homes and even having sex at a train station.

Man in coma for so long family had to explain what the pandemic was to him

***EXCLUSIVE*** A coronavirus patient dubbed 'Teflon' by nurses after surviving one of the longest stays in intensive care had to have the pandemic explained to him - after forgetting about it. Brian Harvey, 69, was admitted to hospital in late March with what was thought to be pneumonia. Tests soon revealed the grandfather-of-six actually had COVID-19 - which had killed around 230 and infected more than 5,000 people in Britain at that stage. He was put into an induced coma for a month in an intensive care unit (ICU) prior to the diagnosis, leaving him with little knowledge of the unfolding health crisis.

Eight-year-old boy serenading his neighbours with his brilliant impressions of Freddie Mercury

***EXCLUSIVE*** Eight-year-old Harrison Catherall has become a lockdown rocker after serenading his neighbours with his brilliant impressions of Freddie Mercury. The talented youngster became obsessed with the Queen legend after working on a Live Aid project for school. Harrison has spent hours learning Queen hits and now belts out the songs for his neighbours every Thursday night after the clap for carers. A touching video of Harrison donned in full Freddie Mercury garb - complete with trademark moustache - has now gone viral.

A rare Chinese vase unearthed at a country house has sold for £45,000 at auction - nearly 20 times what was anticipated

***EXCLUSIVE*** The vibrant Qianlong vase was discovered at Balcarres House, Fife, and was one of 14 lots consigned by the Earls of Crawford and Balcarres. Decorated with a floral design, the vase was made in the 18th century at the Imperial Workshops in the Forbidden City in Beijing. It was originally expected to sell for around £3,000 when it went under the hammer at Lyon & Turnbull’s Asian Art sale, which was held behind closed doors on May 13.

A British snapper has captured an incredible image of the path of the International Space Station as it went over his house four times in one night

***EXCLUSIVE*** After some careful planning Mark Humpage fixed his Olympus camera on the sky and took 1200 different photos without adjusting the viewpoint once. He then used layering software to combine the best pictures to create the remarkable image. The picture was captured overnight from the 15th to the 16th of May and the ISS passes were at 2250hrs, 0026hrs, 0203hrs and 0340hrs. Mark from Cotesbach said:"Firstly, to see 4 multiple passes in the UK in both evening and morning only happens a few times in the year. Secondly, to get clear skies at the same time, thirdly to get ISS path crossing symmetry and finally combined with a plane free sky due to Lockdown is really smashing the odds."