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Girl gets new £10,000 bionic arm just in time to open her Christmas presents

***EXCLUSIVE*** Lexi Pitchford, 10, was born without a right hand which has left her struggling with everyday tasks that most people take for granted – like holding a pen or tying shoelaces. Mum Emma Mountford, 38, started looking into prosthetics to help her daughter and came across Open Bionics’ ‘Hero Arm’ – a custom made multi-grip bionic limb that costs £10,000.

Couple who had 14 miscarriages welcome 'miracle' baby after winning IVF on Facebook

***EXCLUSIVE*** Jo Scollen, 47, and her husband Jason, 49, suffered a baby loss nearly every year since they started trying for a child in 2000, and at one point doctors even told them they "might as well give up". Jo had no trouble conceiving, but the pregnancy never lasted longer than 14 weeks and initially doctors couldn't work out why. They tried IVF, but it didn't work, and with funds running out Jo had all but given up hope when she entered a competition for a free round of fertility treatment in Cyprus "out of desperation". Against all the odds they won and the procedure worked, and the couple, from Wimbledon, south-west London, welcomed baby Jessica Rose into the family last year.

Coronavirus testing robot in Egypt

Egypt, Tanta: A picture shows mechatronics engineer Mahmoud El Koumy monitoring his Cira-03 robot while it carries out an ultrasonography examination on a volunteer at Dar Al Qamah hospital. Cira-03, invented by El Koumy, is capable of taking swabs for Covid-19 PCR tests, measuring body temperature, collecting blood samples, serving drinks and sanitizing spaces.

Incredible treasure trove of one hundred year old photos capturing the very highest fashion from the haute couture capital of the world, Paris

***EXCLUSIVE*** The images come from a series of 3 albums entitled Les Actualités de I'Elégance, c. 1915-25, containing 1,130 mounted gelatin silver print photographs, mostly society women and some men in fashions of the day. They are believed to be taken by society photographers at Paris's racetracks. And while World War 1 and the Spanish flu ravaged the world there is no sign of this in these glamorous pictures. The images document the time where hemlines shortened, new materials replaced wool and fur and as the roaring twenties came alive. 

Floating cinema in Manila

MANILA: Visitors on board gondolas (traditional flat-bottomed Venetian rowing boats) watch a movie at the "floating cinema" in Manila, the Philippines. A floating cinema was launched in a local mall as indoor cinemas all over the country are still closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lady Gaga teams up with Oreo to release ‘Chromatica’-themed cookies

Oreo’s latest cookie creation sees an official collaboration with Lady Gaga. Inspired by Gaga's sixth studio album Chromatica, the cookie design sees pink-colored Golden Oreo cookies with green colored creme, and three Chromatica-inspired designs embossed onto the wafer. Lady Gaga comments: „This collab is inspired by the world of Chromatica, where kindness rules all things. I love these pink cookies with green creme, and hope they brighten your day as much as they do mine!” From December 15, 2020 to April 30, 2021, fans can scan specially marked QR codes to record their very-own OREOgram.

Bear-Claw coffee shop

A newly-opened Shanghai coffee shop, where drinks are served by a furry bear claw and made by people with hearing difficulties, has become a viral hit – but questions have been raised about hygiene. A furry bear claw gives customers a victory sign or fondles their heads after handing out their coffee at the PICK-UP hole. The cafe's founders used to work in different industries, and now have come together to help provide disabled people with the opportunity to start their own businesses and find new ways to integrate into society.

Britain's oldest Christmas tree which was bought when the world was still in the midst of the Spanish flu has been erected by the same family for thee 100th year

***EXCLUSIVE*** The two-foot tall tree - bought for sixpence from Woolworths in 1920 - has now endured three monarchs, two global pandemics and a world war. Kay Ashton, 66, who inherited the treasured family heirloom when her mother Joyce died in 2012, erected it earlier than usual this year because she was "fed up at home".

World’s largest solar observatory releases first image of a sunspot

The world’s largest solar observatory, the U.S. National Science Foundation’s Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope, released its first image of a sunspot on 3 Dec, 2020. Although the telescope is still in the final phases of completion, the image is an indication of how the telescope’s advanced optics and four-meter primary mirror will give scientists the best view of the Sun from Earth throughout the next solar cycle. The image, taken January 28, 2020, is not the same naked eye sunspot currently visible on the Sun. This sunspot image accompanies a new paper by Dr. Thomas Rimmele and his team.

Stay safe in style with Blanc's Daft Punk-themed facemask

Like it or not, masks have become a global standard over 2020 as the world continues to grapple with the effects of the coronavirus. However, some enterprising designers see this necessary item as a canvas for experimentation - and a company named Blanc has now crafted a full face shield that replicates the helmets worn by pioneering dance music duo Daft Punk. The mask features an egg-like shape and an opaque black strip for the wearer to peer out of while keeping their identity a secret. Although it’s pictured in white and black here, it’s also set to be available in red, yellow, green, pink and blue. Though the grin-inducing design is sure to garner attention among Daft Punk fans and sci-fi heads alike, it’s backed up by a substantial amount of protective performance as well. Two interchangeable HEPA filters certified by SGS are loaded in, and purify 99.7% of dust particles the wearer may come into contact with. The ergonomic design hugs the face tightly, and can be adjusted by an elastic headband that wraps around the wearer’s dome piece.

Tibetan boy internet fame

Tamdrin, whose Mandarin name is Ding Zhen, is a 20-year-old Tibetan herder from a village of Litang County in the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in Sichuan Province. Less than a month ago, he was still an ordinary herder, until a 7-second video featuring a smiling Tamdrin went viral, making him the latest social media sensation in China. What makes Tamdrin stand out from other internet celebrities is not just his "sweet and wild" look, as it has been described by fans. As he releases more videos, his innocence and sincerity have also made legions of Chinese urbanites eager for a closer look at his home. Soon after Tamdrin's first video went viral, a local tour operator hired him as the tourism ambassador for Litang. According to online travel service provider Qunar.com, hotel bookings in the Garze prefecture from Nov. 11 to Nov. 25 had increased 89 percent year on year and continued to rise in the following week. Travel websites are tapping into the trend by introducing routes, hotels and places to visit in Litang, and Trip.com has projected Litang will be a hotspot over the upcoming New Year's holiday for tourists from both inside and outside Sichuan Province.

Oldest mammal hair ever discovered is found preserved in amber dating back 110MILLION years

***EXCLUSIVE*** The oldest piece of mammalian hair ever discovered has been found preserved in amber that could be 110 million years old. Scientists also found a dinosaur feather at the same site in Spain and say the remains date from between 105 and 110 million years ago. Although mammal hair has been found imprinted in 160 million year old fossils, the previous oldest piece actually preserved dates from 100 million years ago.

Discovery of a 1930s Woolworths Christmas tree found under the stairs in a Derbyshire home – still in its original box

***EXCLUSIVE*** The basic tree, which retailed for the equivalent of 6p and stands just 69cm (27 inches) high, belonged to former professional footballer and England international Clive Staley and his family.  It may only have a few sparse branches but the tree, one of the first mass-produced artificial versions, was at the centre of Clive’s family celebrations for more than 60 years. Clive, who was born in Newhall, South Derbyshire, in 1899, was a forward for Newhall Swifts, Sunderland, Stoke and Burton Town. He represented his country in matches against Scotland in 1926 and 1927 – as the surprise discovery of two England football caps revealed.  The tree and football caps were found at the Swadlincote home of one of Clive’s three daughters, Margaret Staley, after she passed away earlier this year at the age of 91. The tree, together with a selection of vintage Christmas decorations found with it, are due to be sold in Hansons Auctioneers’ Fine Art Auction on December 7 with a guide price of £100-£150.

Rolls Royce portable seat for 8.800 Dollars

If you thought the Rolls-Royce umbrellas were overkill, the luxury car manufacturer has just put out a portable seat for wherever your lifestyle takes you. Like all of Rolls-Royce's accessories, plenty of details combined with premium materials have been incorporated into the design. A polished aluminum frame is joined with a carbon fiber shaft while a single strip of wide natural grain leather is used as the seat. Priced at a premium of 8 800 Dollars, this seat is for those that need not worry about money and can actually afford a Cullinan. For more information, head over to Rolls-Royce.

Robin and greenfinch do battle

***EXCLUSIVE*** A robin and a greenfinch do battle on a fence. The robin flew in and began attacking the greenfinch but it refused to budge without a fight. However, after a few kicks to the head the finch conceded defeat, and the robin was left with the spoils of nearby berries. Wildlife photographer Paul Sawer, who took the pictures in Saxmundham, Suffolk, said: "The male greenfinch landed on the fence to feed on the berries. The robin soon appeared, and the pair faced each other.

Night time landscapes

***EXCLUSIVE*** Photographs show incredible landscapes below a sky illuminated by stars. Away from cities and using long-exposure shots captures what cannot be seen with the naked eye of the night sky. The photos were taken across South America by landscape photographer Victor Lima.