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A Star Trek fan has created a miniature model of the command centre bridge from The Next Generation's spaceship

***EXCLUSIVE*** A Star Trek fan has created a miniature model of the command centre bridge from The Next Generation's spaceship. Model-maker Geoff Collard, 58, spent 500 hours completing the intricate model of the USS Enterprise-D. The 1m by 1.5m model has flashing LED lights, the iconic domed roof and even a functioning view screen - operated from his laptop. A detailed walk-through video would easily fool viewers into thinking the replica bridge set has taken over a whole room in Geoff's home.

An unique first edition copy of a Harry Potter's book is expected to be sold by more than £80,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** An unique first edition copy of a Harry Potter's book is expected to be sold by more than £80,000. A first edition copy of the first book in the Harry Potter series which has been singed and inscribed by its author J.K Rowling will be sold in Edinburgh. The auctioneers, Lyon & Turnbull, are planning to sell the book on June 17 and estimate a price between £80,000-120,000. The words „6-9-97 / For James, Kate and Laura, with best wishes, J.K. Rowling” are inscribed in the book with the date September 1997, three months after the book’s official publication. Signed copies of the Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone book at auction has risen from £46,000 in 2016 to $130,000 in 2018.

Brit man left with severely scarred head after botched £1,250 hair transplant in Turkey

***EXCLUSIVE*** An IT technician who jetted off to Turkey in search of the perfect mane says he was left scarred after surgeons botched his hair transplant operation. Luke Horsfield, 26, says surgeons at the cut-price Clinic Center in Istanbul took too many follicular units from his head which left him with scars and bald patches. He spent £1,250 on the procedure, but more than a year on from the six-hour operation he noticed precious little hair growth in the problematic areas. On its website, the clinic promises "effective and satisfying outcomes" for men experiencing thinning hair and promises the hairline will regrow.

The world's first birthday party has been held for a pot of sourdough ingredients - which has been making loaves for 65 YEARS

***EXCLUSIVE*** The sourdough 'starter' was brought to England in 1955 where it has been in constant use at a bakery in Bristol. Sourdough makers create the posh bread by using a 'starter' - a mixture of flour and water which is left to ferment. A portion of that is then added to fresh flour, warm water and salt which is kneaded to make the dough which is baked. The 'starter' is then replenished with fresh organic rye flour and water to keep it going. Some bakers simply replenish the same starter repeatedly - essentially using the same 'batch' for years. And at Hobbs House Bakery in Bristol a party has been held for a batch which has been in use since 1955. Staff have lovingly labelled the mixture as the company's "hardest working employee" - and think it could be even OLDER. They say the starter was a gift from another baker who travelled from Germany and settled in Tetbury, Glos., after World War Two. This means it may have been used by generations before arriving in Britain - although the bakery only dates it from when it landed in their hands. Alice Drake, of Hobbs House Bakery, said: "We like to call our sourdough starter the hardest working employee in the bakery, such an important member of staff deserves a fitting celebration for her birthday each June.

An „outstanding” Victorian bench made for a British prince who later became king is coming up for auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** An „outstanding” Victorian bench made for a British prince who later became king is coming up for auction in June. The unique Royal Commemorative oak settle was presented to the Prince of Wales 132 years ago, a fact stated in its inscription, „HRH Prince of Wales, Derby Races November 1888”. The history books tell us the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII, began making appearances at Derby races as a guest of Derbyshire’s Duke of Devonshire. In 1888, the prince watched his horse, Magic, win the Prince of Wales chase. The bench, „described as magnificent” by furniture expert Edward Rycroft, is now due to go under the hammer at Hansons Auctioneers on June 24 with a guide price £200-£300 - but could fetch more.

Parrots enjoyed a guitar performance exclusively for them and began to sing along after getting comfortable with the guitarist

***EXCLUSIVE*** The serenading guitarist, identified as Jatin Talukdar, is a rock music artist by profession and has released several singles in his name. The occurrence is of June 7 when the parrots happened to pop by the window in his house. Talukdar, who was strumming the guitar, started hitting some serious notes after noticing the guests. In visuals, the parrots can be seen being amused by the guitar strums and engaging vocally as the performer puts on a show for them.

The world's biggest reptile egg has been unearthed on Antarctica

***EXCLUSIVE*** It was laid by a sea monster 68 million years ago - not long before the asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs.  Measuring more than 11 inches long and 7 inches wide, the supersized shell is second only to the extinct Madagascan elephant bird's.  Lead author Dr Lucas Legendre, a geoscientist at Texas University (UT) in Austin, said: "It is from an animal the size of a large dinosaur - but it is completely unlike a dinosaur egg.”

The face of iconic communist revolutionary Che Guevara has been spotted growing in moss on a tree

***EXCLUSIVE*** The face of iconic communist revolutionary Che Guevara has been spotted growing in moss on a tree just a "stone's throw" from Nigel Farage's house. Gerald Russell was ambling through woodland in Bromley, south east London, when he noticed what he first thought was vandalism.  Upon closer inspection the 62-year-old recognised one of most iconised faces in history was staring back at him - through a rash of moss. Mr Russell said: "I thought it very artistic, but at the same time I was annoyed that someone would deface a tree like that.