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Wacky engineer breaks world record after topping 40mph in a wheelie bin

***EXCLUSIVE*** Wacky Andy Jennings has set a new Guinness World Record after topping 40mph in a wheelie bin. He transformed it with a motorbike engine, gear box, ignition, bike seat and the steering from a mobility scooter. Guinness World Record officials set Andy a benchmark of over 30mph. The engineer stormed down the runway at Elvington airfield, Yorks, at 43mph. Andy, whose world record attempt was in memory of his best friend Ben Ellis, who passed away in June, said: "It's been a great day all round. "I got my record, with 45.35mph - which is well above the target I was set of 30mph, so I was really happy with that. "It was a bit hairy on my first attempt, because it was quite windy on the runway and I got caught in the crosswinds, so it was pretty bumpy, and pulling to the left and the right. "I just got myself into fourth gear as quickly as possible, and hoped for the best. "Once I got to the end of the runway, it was a really nice feeling looking back and seeing all the spectators there cheering me on."

Woman who is allergic to ALL food - and even the smell of her favourite dinner can knock her unconscious

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the young woman who is allergic to ALL food - and even the smell of her favourite dinner can knock her unconscious. Lauren Wittering, 20, used to love going out for meals and drinks with her pals, eating out at carveries and going for fish and chips with her family.But four years ago she started to come out in hives, faint or get a racing heart rate when she ate soy or dairy.

Man sets mobility vehicle world speed record

***EXCLUSIVE*** A terminally ill man who is paralysed from the neck down has set a world speed record in a custom-made electric wheelchair. Jason Liversidge, who has motor neurone disease, reached nearly 67mph (108km/h) at Elvington Airfield, near York. The father of two, from Rise in East Yorkshire, had been aiming for the record for about three years. The world speed record for an electric all-terrain mobility vehicle was previously 62mph.

A restaurant using futuristic-looking pods to keep their diners apart during the coronavirus crisis has seen a 628% increase in trade since their installation

***EXCLUSIVE*** Craft in Birmingham city centre is currently doing 600 covers a week, which is four times the amount they were doing pre-lockdown. Sam Morgan, 38, opened the independent restaurant last July with his wife Emma, 37, and they serve British food with modern twists. TV cook Andrew Sheridan, who appeared on BBC Great British Menu in 2018 and 2019, was appointed executive chef at the eatery last November. One of the reasons for Craft’s popularity, however, is the four eye-catching glass dining pods on The Terrace at the International Convention Centre. 

French villa in the picturesque town where Bond movie Never Say Never Again was filmed

***EXCLUSIVE*** A French villa in the picturesque town where Bond movie Never Say Never Again was filmed is on sale for £6.2m. The classical home overlooks the stunning crystal waters of the Cote d'Azur in the golden triangle between Nice and the billionaire's playground of Monaco. The four-bedroom house has two guest houses and an outdoor swimming pool and is close to where the Rolling Stones recorded part of their Exile on Main St album and the former home  of Hollywood hellraiser Errol Flynn. The house looks over the Cote DíAzur across the Rade de Villefranche, Cap Ferrat and Villefranche old town. Scenes from the 1983 James Bond movie Never Say Never Again, starring Sean Connery, were filmed in Villefrancheís Old Town.

Commemorative tiny Rubik’s Cube for 1900 dollars

***EXCLUSIVE*** Japan has just released a tiny Rubik's Cube in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the puzzle toy. This commemorative Rubiks Cube weighs just two grams and measures 9.9 millimeters on each side. Created out of ultra-precision metal, the cube was created by MegaHouse Corp (a subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings Inc.) and is a direct translation of Hungarian architect and professor Erno Rubik's first creation. While the entire world celebrates the iconic cube, this release addresses the popularity the puzzle had in Japan in 1980, when the toy sold four million units in the first eight months of its release. This limited mini cube has officially gone on sale in Japan for the surprising retail price of ¥198,000 JPY or 1 900 Dollars with deliveries starting in December.

Preparations for next moonwalk simulations underway

Houston, Texas, United States: NASA engineers are laying the foundation for the moonwalks the first woman and next man will conduct when they land on the lunar South Pole in 2024 as part of the Artemis program. At the agency’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, teams are testing the tools and developing training approaches for lunar surface operations. As part of a test series occurring in the Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL) at Johnson, astronauts in a demonstration version of the exploration spacesuit and engineers in „hard hat” dive equipment are simulating several different tasks crew could do on the surface of the Moon. „This early testing will help determine the best complement of facilities for hardware development and requirements for future Artemis training and missions”, said Daren Welsh, extravehicular activity test lead for these Artemis preparation test runs. „At the same time, we are going to be able to gather valuable feedback on spacewalk tools and procedures that will help inform some of the objectives for the missions.” The tests are focused on evaluating Johnson’s facilities for Artemis spacewalk testing, development, and crew training. Astronauts are practicing a variety of tasks, including picking up samples of lunar regolith, examining a lunar lander, and planting an American flag.

This adorable calf has been able to take her first steps, thanks to a custom-made wheelchair that was donated to her

***EXCLUSIVE*** Ruby Sue was born with her back legs fused together and would have been euthanized if it wasn’t for animal lovers at the ‘Safe in Austin Rescue’ ranch in Texas. Vets discovered that despite her disability Ruby Sue was happy, healthy and pain-free, she just needed something to help her walk. That’s when experts at the pet mobility company Walkin’ Pets stepped in to save the day. “With only her front legs to support her Ruby was unable to stand or walk on her own” said Jennifer Pratt, Marketing Manager for the New Hampshire-based company.  The team at Walkin’ Pets decided to donate a custom-made chair to the two-week old calf, so she can run on the grass with her furry friends at the Safe in Austin Rescue. 

'One in 30 million' white lobster donated to a hatchery after being saved from the cookery pot

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 'one in 30 million' white lobster has been donated to a hatchery after being saved from the cookery pot. The National Lobster Hatchery in Padstow, Cornwall, received the unexpected delivery from a local fish wholesaler on Wednesday morning. (Sep 23) The wholesaler decided the 18ins calico lobster was 'too rare to sell' and brought it into the centre for conservation. The unusual crustaceans have a genetic condition which leaves them with little or no pigment in their shells. They have a short life expectancy as they are less camouflaged than their common blue counterparts and much easier for predators to spot.

Qantas sell fully stocked 747 bar trolley carts

Australia: Qantas is opening its memorabilia storage shed to the Australian public, offering 1000 Qantas 747 galley carts stocked with a range of items from champagne and Australian red and white wine to Tim Tams, PJs and an exclusive-to-Qantas First Class Sheridan throw. The bar carts were removed from the airline’s recently retired and much-loved 747 aircraft before they were flown to the Californian desert. Half bar carts are priced $974.70 including delivery (or 169,000 Qantas Points). A small number of full-size carts available with double the items are $1474.70 including delivery (or 256,000 Qantas Points). Qantas operated various incarnations of the 747 „Queen of the Skies” for almost 50 years before retiring the jumbo jet six months early as part of its response to the COVID-19 crisis. The farewell of the last Qantas 747 in July inspired an outpouring of affection and nostalgia from the Australian public.

The Blue Village

***EXCLUSIVE*** The village of Chefchaouen near Tangier in Morroco is famed for being painted almost entirely in a cooling but vivid shade of blue. One of the world's most stunning and colourful villages has been captured in a series of breath-taking photographs. The village of Chefchaouen near Tangier in Morroco is famed for being painted almost entirely in a cooling but vivid shade of blue. Thousands of tourists flocked to the hill-top village - built in 1471 and site of an ancient kasbah or fortress - to see its evocative architecture. Entire streets of stone-built clay house and the narrow alleyways that connect them are all washed in a blue paint.

Transit employees kept secret 'man cave' beneath tracks

New York, United States: Employees kept a secret „man cave” below subway tracks, according to New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) investigators. MTA Inspector General Carolyn Pokorny released a report finding that at least 3 employees used a storage room at Metro-North's Grand Central Terminal as their personal „man cave” complete with a flat screen TV, couch, beer in Fridge, exercise equipment, microwave and beds. Additionally, OIG (Office of Inspector General) investigators found Grand Central management to be unaware of employees’ access to, or existence of storage rooms, and that Metro-North Security failed to take any steps to investigate the initial complaint. Metro-North served 3 employees with disciplinary charges, they have been suspended without pay pending resolution of each of their disciplinary matters. In addition to disciplinary recommendations, OIG also recommended MNR develop a formal process for tracking these complaints.

'England's finest view': Luxury new homes with free access to the stunning Blenheim Palace estate where Winston Churchill was born go on sale for up to £1.2million

***EXCLUSIVE*** A new five-bedroom house with access to the 'finest view in England' is on the market for ÂŁ1.2m. The property is part of Park View, a luxury development in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, next to Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill. The development overlooks the UNESCO World Heritage Site and home owners get free access to the 2,000-acre estate, including ancient woodland, lakes and the parkland designed by Capability Brown. Churchill's father described the approach to Blenheim Palace from Woodstock as the 'finest view in England'. Park View is an ambitious development undertaken by Blenheim Estate Homes, which will eventually see up to 300 homes built, designed to be an extension to the market town of Woodstock.

Bear with rare quadruplets

***EXCLUSIVE*** A grizzly bear is spotted in a rare sighting with her quadruplet cubs as they go for a stroll in the Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming, USA. With bears usually having just two cubs, these adorable quadruplets, just six months old, are a rare sight with only eight sets having been born in the last forty years. Photographer Pattie Walsh said, "The cubs are quite active and playful, and it must be tricky for the mother to keep an eye on all of them". "They will stay with her for about two years, where they will be taught how to hunt and survive for themselves."

Colourful minerals of Icelandic waterfall

***EXCLUSIVE*** Aerial photos show a waterfall cascading into a canyon lined with colourful minerals.  The cliffs of the 128 metre-deep canyon are formed of basaltic strata, red clay and the fossilised trunks of coniferous trees. Photographer Hugo Healy took the pictures while visiting the Hengifoss waterfall in eastern Iceland.

These mesmerising images show a red squirrel pausing for reflection by a pond

***EXCLUSIVE*** This inquisitive red squirrel paused for reflection as it examined itself in a pond - before investigating nearby toadstools. Ian Mason, 66, snapped the critter as it played in his garden. The retired GP, who lives in rural Tunnelbridge, Perthshire, has spent lockdown watching red squirrels and pine martens from a hide he built. The grandfather-of-four has spent most of the lockdown watching red squirrels and used the free time he had to improve his photography skills.