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A quick thinking five-year-old helped to save his mum’s life after he rang emergency services when she fell unconscious

***EXCLUSIVE*** Josh from Telford, made the call from his home last month when he found his mum lying on the floor after she had slipped into a diabetic coma. After dialling 112, which was the number he spotted on the side of his toy ambulance, he was connected to a police communications operator. The phone number 112 is in fact the single European emergency number which provides the same purpose as 999. Shortly after receiving the call, officers arrived and found the boy and his younger brother in the house and their mother who was lying unconscious on the floor. Paramedics were then able to treat his mum.

You can now pay for a night behind bars after this former jail opened its cells to the public for just $112 a night

***EXCLUSIVE*** TEXAS, USA: The Cell Block, in Clifton, Texas, USA, is a former jail which has now been renovated into this extraordinary accommodation. The converted city jail block sleeps two adults on a queen-size bed. Other facilities in The Cell Block include a bathroom, air conditioning/heating, a natural gas fire pit, instant camera, vintage phonograph and record selection, and a rooftop prison yard. The building dates back to the 1930s and the days of Bonnie and Clyde, but local hearsay details that The Cell Block was an easy-going place if you found yourself spending the night. The bars on the windows of The Cell Block are the same as those that were used originally when the building was still the old working city jail. The self-proclaimed 'Bed and Booze' provides its guests with complimentary wine and whiskey on arrival. The Cell Block even has its own exclusive private label wine called The Cell Block’s Tempranillo. The unusual luxury accommodation boasts a rooftop terrace known as the „prison yard2 with seating, loungers, and a gas fire pit. The rooftop terrace is the perfect place to see the sights of Clifton which is an artistic hub in the Lone Star state. Before your sentence ends, don’t forget to get a cell-fie with the instant camera, pin it to the wall and write in the Cell Log. The Cell Block is an adults-only holiday accommodation and is currently advertised by Host Unusual, a company dedicated to finding the world’s most extraordinary accommodation. Prices start at Ł170 (plus tax) a night and The Cell Block can sleep two people meaning that the cost per person could be Ł85.

NASA astronaut will make history as the first black woman to go on extended mission to the International Space Station next year

NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps has been tapped as the first black woman to participate in an extended mission to the International Space Station. NASA announced Tuesday that Epps would be joining astronauts Sunita Williams and Josh Cassada for the six-month expedition that has an expected launch date of 2021. Epps will be joining onto the Starliner-1 mission, which the other two astronauts have been a part of since August 2018. The mission will also be the first operational crewed flight of Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft on a mission to the International Space Station.

Winning Malaysian Island reclamation design sees huge lilypad-shaped urban islands created

Malaysia: The winning proposal for reclamation and development of Malaysia’s Penang South Islands would see huge lilypad-shaped urban areas created. Called BiodiverCity, the masterplan sees an „Urban Mosaic” of three diverse islands. The companies BIG, Hijjas and Ramboll were this month (August) selected as winners of Penang State Government in Malaysia’s international competition to design a masterplan for Penang South Islands, providing Penangites with approximately 4.6km of public beaches, 600 acres of parks and a 25km waterfront. The three islands would create mixed-use districts of 15,000 to 18,000 residents across 50 to 500 acres. BIG (Big-Bjarke Ingels Group) commented: „BiodiverCity will be a new sustainable, global destination where cultural, ecological and economic growth is secured and where people and nature co-exist in one of the most biodiverse places on the planet at the southern shore of Penang Island.”

Unveiled: world's first electric classic Rolls-Royce cars

Silverstone, United Kingdom: The world's first electric classic Rolls-Royce cars have been unveiled. Lunaz, the leading creator of electric classic cars based in Silverstone, England, announced this month (August) the start of production of the vehicles. The Rolls-Royce marque joins existing electrified classic cars from Jaguar and Bentley in the Lunaz portfolio. David Lorenz, Founder, Lunaz, says: „The time is right for an electric Rolls-Royce. We are answering the need to marry beautiful classic design with the usability, reliability and sustainability of an electric powertrain. More than ever we are meeting demand for clean-air expressions of the most beautiful and luxurious cars in history. We are proud to make a classic Rolls-Royce relevant to a new generation.” Prices for a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud by Lunaz starts at £350,000 (not including local taxes). Pricing for a Rolls-Royce Phantom by Lunaz starts at £500,000 (not including local taxes).  A 1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V has now completed the Lunaz reengineering process. This includes ground-up restoration and the incorporation of Lunaz’s proprietary electric powertrain and full suite of hardware and software upgrades. Production allocation for the first tranche of Rolls-Royce cars by Lunaz will be strictly limited to 30.

Roosters & Hens Ornamental breeds, Italian champion breeds

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Silkie (sometimes spelled Silky) is a breed of chicken named for its atypically fluffy plumage, which is said to feel like silk and satin. The breed has several other unusual qualities, such as black skin and bones, blue earlobes, and five toes on each foot, whereas most chickens only have four. They are often exhibited in poultry shows, and appear in various colors. In addition to their distinctive physical characteristics, Silkies are well known for their calm, friendly temperament. It is among the most docile of poultry. Hens are also exceptionally broody, and care for young well. Though they are fair layers themselves, laying only about three eggs a week, they are commonly used to hatch eggs from other breeds and bird species due to their broody nature. Silkie chickens are very easy to keep as pets. They are suitable for children, but like any pet, should be handled with care.

Toddler has raised nearly £30,000 for the NHS by collecting pebbles as she learnt to walk

***EXCLUSIVE*** A toddler has raised nearly £30,000 for the NHS by collecting pebbles as she learnt to walk. Beatrice George, aged one year, has only just learnt to walk, and has been obsessed with pebbles she collects from a beach near her family's home. The tot started walking in February and has collected close to 160 pebbles since lockdown began on March 23 - with her parents saying her confidence has soared in the past five months. Doting parents Matthew, 43, and wife Lucy, who works as a teacher, have been thrilled watching Beatrice toddling along the seafront and harbour near their home in Kingholm Quay, Dumfries and Galloway.

A million-strong army of tiny marching robots has been created - to wage war on disease

***EXCLUSIVE*** The minute four-legged machines - thinner than a human hair - will be able to move through tissue and blood.  They are injected into the body using a hypodermic needle. This technology opens the door to direct drug delivery into organs - reducing the risk of side effects The laser-controlled micro-bots could monitor nerve impulses in the heart or brain, scientists say.

Man suffers chemical burns and painful allergic reaction after dying beard

***EXCLUSIVE*** A man who tried to dye his beard black after being persuaded to give it a go by his girlfriend was shocked when he suffered a huge allergic reaction and chemical burn. Marno Botha, 21, and his girlfriend Caitlynn Van Hecke, 21, thought it would be fun to change the colour of his beard from blonde to black whilst bored in lockdown. Unfortunately for Marno, he suffered a severe allergic reaction to the hair dye as well as a chemical burn, turning his face bright red where the product had been applied. His chin, cheeks and upper lip became extremely swollen and Marno had to take antihistamines for an entire month before his face returned to normal.

Curious sea lion smiles for camera

***EXCLUSIVE*** A curious sea lion appears to be smiling for the camera. The playful animal moves closer to the diver and looks like he is posing for a photo shoot. More sea lions - including youngsters - edge forwards and begin to join in the fun. Photographer Franco Banfi pictured the cheeky animals in the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico.

Impersonator lost his job amidst pandemic

Kolkata, West Bengal, India: Shrabonjit Singh, a 20 year old boy, who used to dress up as famous comic actor and film maker Charlie Chaplin to entertain people in various events like birthday parties, rice ceremonies etc, has lost his job during the nationwide complete lockdown imposed by the government to mitigate the spread of coronavirus. Through his profession he used to pay for his education as his family is financially not so strong. After the complete lockdown is over, still now he is not getting any work because of the restrictions imposed by the government for the events.

A gigantic shire horse has struck up the most unlikely of little and large partnerships to become inseparable best pals - with a tiny little Shetland pony

***EXCLUSIVE*** Former show horse Gunner has recently retired and is now winding down at a sleepy farm, where pint-sized pony Steve has taken him under his wing.  Since the pair met their relationship has gone from strength to strength and now they spend almost every waking hour side by side.  Brilliant pictures taken at the farm in Shropshire show them snuggling up to one and other and grazing fields shoulder to shoulder.  The duo make a comical partnership, with gigantic Gunner, who stands a whopping 5ft 6ins tall, towering over small Steve, who is just a little over 3ft.   Gunner is winding down after an illustrious career as a show horse attending events with brewer and hotelier, Daniel Thwaites PLC.  He had to retire recently at the age of just seven, which should be his prime, due to a recurring back problem he suffers from.

A rare dinosaur fossil has been found on a remote Hebridean island for the first time

***EXCLUSIVE*** The 166 million-year-old fossil is believed to be the limb bone of a stegosaurian, a dinosaur similar to a stegosaurus, and was discovered on the Isle of Eigg, Inner Hebrides. Dr Elsa Panciroli, research affiliate at National Museums Scotland, found the bone from the Middle Jurassic period while she ran along the beach. Prior to the Eigg discovery, the only dinosaur bones found in Scotland were from the nearby Isle of Skye.

Bioluminescence observed under Milky Way

***EXCLUSIVE*** The ocean is illuminated by bright blue bioluminescence as the Milky Way glows in the sky. As the waves filled with phytoplankton crash against the shore the lights of the galaxy shine brightly above. The bioluminescence bloom seen in the waves of the sea on Santa Cruz beach, California, occurs due to an influx of nutrients into the water. The beautiful images were captured by amateur photographers Hao Jiang and her brother Peter Jiang, both from the Bay Area of San Francisco.

Rainbow at chapel

***EXCLUSIVE*** A magnificent rainbow stretches across the sky as it appears to emerge from a quaint chapel in the Austrian hills. The natural phenomenon was captured by mechanical engineer Emanuele Battisti as he was travelling through the countryside with his wife. The vivid colours of a single rainbow illuminate the overcast sky as the Chapel Krebsbach can be found sitting at the end of the rainbow in Barwies, Austria - only for another to appear moments later. The 43 year-old said “I was travelling with my wife when i saw this magnificent opportunity passing us. I told my wife to get in the drivers seat so we could park and I could take some photographs” Originally from Italy, Mr Battisti said "These kinds of situations do not come along very often in the lifetime of a photographer: there is no way you can plan this type of photo and I usually don’t have much luck!” "I was super excited because I was so lucky to be at the right time in the right place, with a magical light at the sunset."