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Woman, 32, who was adopted aged two is reunited with her birth family after posting a last-ditch Facebook search - and discovers her brother and sister live just an HOUR away

***EXCLUSIVE*** A mum who was adopted as baby has finally been reunited with her birth family after years of searching -- thanks to Facebook. Laura Dean, 32, was taken into care when she was just four months old before being adopted age two. The mum-of-four was on the brink of giving up her 16 year search for her birth family, when she posted a last ditch message to a Facebook page. She appealed for help to find her birth mother Jennifer Wilson, 51.

Giant pitch portrait of premiership rugby stars unveiled at Twickenham Stadium

London, United Kingdom: The pitch at Twickenham Stadium has been transformed into a stunning portrait featuring three of Premiership Rugby’s star players today (12th August 2020). The giant rugby art, the largest outdoor painting ever created in the UK, was unveiled to celebrate the restart of Gallagher Premiership Rugby on Friday 14 th August when Harlequins take on Sale Sharks at 7:45pm, just 200 metres away. The artwork features Harlequins player, Joe Marler; Saracens’ Maro Itoje, as well as Sale Sharks’ Rugby World Cup winner Faf de Klerk. It took team of eight artists more than 24 hours to complete the pitch portrait and more than 100 hours of planning before any paint touched the grass. A bespoke computer program was written to generate the precise measurements that were needed to create the artwork to the exact scale of the stadium. The image, which occupies most of the 7,000 square metre pitch, was created using a grid comprised of 13,420 elements. Each painted line in the portrait is just 6 inches wide.

Super-fit man becoming the fastest person ever to swim the English Channel - using just BACKSTROKE

***EXCLUSIVE*** A teacher has become the fastest person ever to swim the English Channel - using just BACKSTROKE. Super-fit Nik Haynes, 41, is now only the third person to cross the stretch of sea using the stroke. He completed the epic swim for WaterAid in just under 13 hours. joined 1,800 others who have completed the challenge but only two others before him had done it entirely on their back.

A man has collected more than 100 football shirts of every team he has seen his beloved club play - but refuses to buy one of their nearest rivals

***EXCLUSIVE*** Lee Morgan 45, has more than 150 soccer jerseys which he began buying when he started watching matches in 1988. He set about buying every shirt his beloved Bristol Rovers has worn - which now make up part of his massive collection. But he's also trying to buy a shirt of every club he has seen them play - including a particularly valuable Italian Sampdoria jersey from 1991.

Wine window in Italy

***EXCLUSIVE*** Restaurants in Italy have reopened their 'wine windows' to prevent the spread of coronavirus - portals they served drinks through during the plague in the 1630s. The tiny windows - or buchette del vino - were used during the Black Death by wine sellers to sell bottles and glasses without direct contact. And now they are back in action for the same reason, with dozens in Florence being brought back into action. Cafes and shops are using them to serve coffee, Aperol Spritz and wine to customers who are on the other side - with the safety of a thick ancient wall between them.

World's last Blockbuster store opens on airbnb for movie-themed sleepovers

Bend, Oregon, United States: The world’s last Blockbuster is offering movie fans the opportunity to spend the night in the store by booking through Airbnb, allowing fans unlimited access to the store’s extensive catalogue of titles. The 20-year-old store in Bend, Oregon, is the last remaining store in the once popular video rental chain. Store manager Sandi Harding has kept the Blockbuster going strong since 2004, keeping its shelves stocked with films. Now, she's listing the store on Airbnb, and it has everything you could need for the perfect movie marathon sleepover. For a start, Sandi will be stocking all of the aisles with heaps of films, ranging from classics to modern hits, so guests are bound to be able to find their favourite films. Then there's the store's spacious 'living room', decked out with a plush sofa and armchairs, a coffee table for placing snacks, and of course a large TV screen. The best part is that guests get the whole property to themselves for the quirky overnight stay, so they really can pick all of the films. There will be three, one-night stays available in September on the 18th, 19th, and 20th.