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A woman has amusingly recreated dozens of scenes from classic movies - with herself in the leading role

***EXCLUSIVE*** Rozi Hogger, 41, has been on furlough since mid-March and every Monday has taken a pic of herself in her home in a fully homemade costume - fit for the big screen. She has remade the iconic look of shock from Kevin Malone in Home Alone as well as Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz and Edward Scissorhands using the kitchen scissors. She has made well over 60 images, channelling Mary Poppins, Dolly Parton and Arnie in Commando with a rocket launcher made from toilet roll tubes!

These incredible stills capture thrill-seeking daredevils scaling the The Trbovlje Chimney, the tallest flue-gas stack in Europe, and performing stomach-churning acrobatic tricks

***EXCLUSIVE*** This incredible footage shows thrill-seeking darevils scale the tallest chimney in Europe and perform stomach-churning acrobatic tricks - over ONE THOUSAND FEET up. The vertigo-inducing video shows the world famous 'Dunking Devils Squad' juggling, doing headstands, and somersaulting around the chimney’s rim. It took the team three hours of strenuous climbing to reach the summit of the stack in Trbovlje, Slovenia, which stands at 360 meters or 1181 feet. Loaded with almost 100 kilograms of equipment, fearless daredevils Jan Žnidaršič and Matevž Pogačar set off in the middle of the night with the goal to reach the top before sunrise.

Dreams can come true: life as a disability model

***EXCLUSIVE*** NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, UK: Trolls have accused this woman of FAKING her disability and using her wheelchair as a PROP - but she says they're just jealous because it's bagged her a modelling career. Model and actress Georgina Wasdall (21) from Nottinghamshire, UK, was obsessed with dancing whilst growing up and attended a dance and theatre school from the age of three. However by the age of 10, Georgina felt constantly tired and would often come out of her dance class in tears because she simply didn’t have the energy to do what she loved. Over the next three years, doctors could not diagnose what was wrong with Georgina despite her undergoing a series of tests including blood tests, MRI scans, ultrasounds and electrocardiograms. Finally at the age of 13, Georgina was referred to a specialist who diagnosed her with chronic fatigue syndrome - an illness that causes sufferers to feel extremely tired, have constant flu-like symptoms, and suffer from muscle pains and migraines. It is thought that the illness could be caused by problems with the immune system however research on this is limited. Georgina was unable to stay in school and left when she was 13-years-old leading to false rumours spreading throughout her school that she had died. Georgina’s school friends all stopped talking to her as soon as she left and as a result, she became isolated and depressed. With Georgina’s illness being invisible, she even had doctors question the severity of her condition. However, she says that almost 10 years on from her diagnosis, there is more empathy for those suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome. One of the biggest challenges for Georgina was accepting that at just 14-years-old, she required the use of a wheelchair after being so active in her early life. Since Georgina is a wheelchair user but is still physically able to stand, she has had strangers give her funny looks when getting in and out of her wheelchair in public. One person even accused her of 'faking' her illness in order to get attention. Georgina has also received comments from trolls on social media who have said that her condition doesn’t require a wheelchair and that Georgina is using her wheelchair as 'a prop' for her photos. When travelling in Wales, a taxi driver once even slammed his door shut when he saw Georgina approaching as he didn't want to deal with the 'hassle’ of a wheelchair user. These ignorant comments and examples of discrimination frustrate the model, who thinks that some people may be jealous of her success, but she does her best to shed light upon the challenges that people with disabilities face as opposed to getting frustrated. In April 2017, Georgina’s life changed drastically after she was signed to the Zebedee modelling agency which aims to increase diversity in the industry. Despite being nervous during her first shoot, Georgina loved the experience and has since gone on to partake in dozens of shoots - not only increasing her profile as a model, but also her confidence dramatically. Support from her parents Caroline (52) and Pete (55) and sister Annabel (19) has been at the heart of Georgina’s ongoing success.

Aerial shots show mesmerising beauty of our planet

***EXCLUSIVE*** Amazing aerial photos show off the majesty of America's landscape, its architecture, its industry and its wildlife. From the startling blue potash pools of Utah to hundreds of aircraft sitting unused due to the pandemic, the images display a little seen side of the USA. Other images include a passenger plane plane as it touches down in California taken 4,500ft above it, fog over the Golden Gate Bridge and a solar farm in Nevada.

Womanlosing EIGHTY PER CENT of her hair – and she says it was triggered by a SMEAR TEST

***EXCLUSIVE*** CORK, IRELAND: This woman was mortified when her hairdresser noticed a bald patch at the back of her head which resulted in her losing EIGHTY PER CENT of her hair - and she says it was triggered by a SMEAR TEST. Procurement administrator Chloe Sheehan (27) from Cork, Ireland, was getting her hair done in February 2017 when her hairdresser spotted a small coin-sized bald patch at the back of her head. Chloe, who was working as a dental nurse at the time, immediately felt embarrassed and was worried about how many people had seen the patch at work whilst she had her hair tied up all day. Chloe has alopecia areata - an autoimmune disorder that usually results in unpredictable, patchy hair loss. Whilst it is not ever clear what causes alopecia, Chloe suspects that a smear test and subsequent medical tests and procedures at the same time could have contributed to her hair loss. Whilst Chloe was worried by her hair loss, she remained positive and her hair had grown back by September 2017 so she assumed that was the end of it, but in November 2017, Chloe’s hair started to fall out again but this time in clumps. Chloe was devastated and was petrified of going to sleep at night out of fear of seeing more hair on her pillow in the morning. By the following month, Chloe could no longer recognise herself in the mirror and had lost around 80 per cent of her hair and in January 2018 she had bought her first wig to try and hide her condition. Wigs weren’t a quick fix for Chloe because she was so scared that people were staring at her when she was out in public when they weren’t. Over the years, Chloe has tried a whole host of different treatments from specialist creams and shampoos to clinical drug trials, scalp injections and has even tried rubbing cabbage stalks on her head to encourage hair growth - with limited success. Chloe’s lack of confidence meant that she stopped going out with her friends because she was desperate to keep her alopecia a secret. It wasn’t until February 2019 when she was on a skiing trip that Chloe was open about her condition. It was after this that Chloe started to feel comfortable again and in May 2020, she started her Instagram page, @chloeshairaffair, to help others and spread awareness of alopecia. Since then, Chloe has been inundated with messages of love and support and she is passionate about redefining society’s strict beauty standards and wants to spread the message that there is beauty in difference.

Unique sunglasses made out of DENIM

***EXCLUSIVE*** A designer making bespoke sunglasses - out of old JEANS. Jack Spencer, 34, came up with the unusual technique while working with carbon fibre and wondered what other materials could be processed in the same way. He decided to try denim, so nipped to his local charity shop in Falmouth, Cornwall, to buy a pair of jeans for the process. Now, ten years later, he has refined the process and sells the sunglasses, which take two weeks to make, for £195 each. Jack, owner of Mosevic, said: "We're turning unwanted thigh-wear into eyewear.

Two-ton hippos show off their fearsome power as they battle in Botswana

***EXCLUSIVE*** A large hippopotamus demonstrates the size and power of its jaw as it prepares to fight another. Hippos, which often fight over mating partners and territory, open their wide jaws to assert dominance. The giants can often weigh upwards of 2,000kg (315 stone), and are considered one of the most dangerous animals in Africa. The photos were taken on the Chobe River, in Botswana, by South African wildlife photographer Charl Stols.

These images show the capture and release of a male orangutan, whose home was destroyed by fire, for a second time after he was found eating villager's pineapples

***EXCLUSIVE*** This is the moment an orangutan whose home was destroyed by fire is rescued for second time after he was found eating villager's pineapples. The large male ape was spotted foraging in the gardens of a remote Indonesian village after his natural food sources in the rainforest were destroyed by fires earlier this month.  Locals alerted authorities after the 100kg mammal, named Boncel, was seen munching his way through tropical fruit in the village.  The Wildlife Rescue Unit of the Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA Kalbar) and a team from IAR Indonesia travelled to the area, conducted a health check and transported the orangutan.

A 21-year-old woman who has suffered with agonising period pains that leave her suicidal said doctors won't cut out her womb because she "might want kids one day"

***EXCLUSIVE*** Since she was 12-years-old, Kacey Read has suffered with horrific period pains that leave her involuntarily screaming, vomiting and sometimes unconscious. Doctors tried her on various birth control methods to manage the pain as a teenager but with no success, leaving Kacey suicidal and unable to hold down a job. Kacey has begged doctors to remove her womb to stop the pain and help her mental state but said they refused due to the fact she 'might want kids one day'. Instead the graduate is crowdfunding to pay for the op preivately. Former experimental linguistics student Kacey, from Brighton, East Sussex, said: "Every doctor said I’d grow out of it, but nearly ten years on I’m still getting cramps so severe that I pass out from the pain.

Colourised photographs bring PARIS long and vibrant history to life

***EXCLUSIVE*** PARIS, FRANCE: One dramatic image featured a derailed train as it hurtled out of a large glass window at Montparnasse railway station on October 22, 1895, after the driver approached the station too quickly to make up for earlier delays. In another, smartly-clad diners lined the pavements of the Boulevard des Capucines as they enjoyed a meal at the Café de la Paix - a famed restaurant located in the city’s ninth arrondissement which once served King Edward VII. Other images captured the Statue of Liberty under construction in Paris in 1884 - a gift from France to the United States - and American military police on duty along the Place de la Concorde in 1919 following the end of the war and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. Colouriser Jean-Marie Gillet (39) from Saclay in the suburbs of Paris, France, brought the stunning images to life after getting into colourisation when he transformed a selection of family photos several years ago. Jean-Marie spends several hours transforming each image using Photoshop and a tablet and stylus.

'The Art of Coincidence' project

***EXCLUSIVE*** These picture-perfect moments may seem like they are too good not to be staged - but in fact, they all happened by sheer coincidence. Photographer Ishay 'Jesse' Lindenberg specialises in capturing 'The Art of Coincidence' - waiting for unsuspecting passers-by to wander into a scene or frame that they happen to match perfectly. Whether it is woman whose outfit matches a billboard she is walking past, or a man sat on the edge of a pavement, perfectly aligned with the tip of a 'laser beam' graffiti'ed behind him, Jesse's compositions are all totally candid.

Europe's first common currency: Early Bronze Age people used rings, bangles and even axe blades as an early form of money 5,000 years ago

***EXCLUSIVE*** Early Bronze Age Europeans even went so far as to standardise the shape and weight of their currency, say scientists.  A key feature of money is standardisation, but this can be difficult to identify in the archaeological record since ancient people only had inexact forms of measurement compared with today. For the new study, researchers assessed possible money from the Early Bronze Age of Central Europe, comparing the objects based on their perceived - if not precise - similarity. The objects studied were made of bronze in shapes described as rings, ribs, and axe blades. The research team examined more than 5,000 such objects from more than 100 ancient hoards.

Ragpickers in India

India, Neu Delhi: Ten-year-old Shekh Zahid shows the money he earned after selling recyclable items while collecting garbage at the Bhalswa garbage dump. The fourth-grader from Malda in West Bengal, whose father works as a rickshaw driver, started working during the October 2020 lockdown as schools were closed. His family sent him to Delhi to stay with an uncle who was already working as a rag picker. Shek earns 150 rupees, about 1.70 euros, a day by collecting recyclable material from the garbage dump.

Owl did you get in there? Bird gets stuck in disused hotel’s kitchen extractor fan

January 20, 2021, York, United Kingdom: An RSPCA officer came to the rescue of an owl who got stuck in a greasy kitchen extractor fan for two days at a disused hotel in York, England. The owner of Alhambra Court Hotel alerted the RSPCA after hearing noises coming from the kitchen’s industrial extractor fan. Animal rescue officer Leanne Honess-Heather was dispatched on Monday (18 January) to help free the bird. Leanne said: „The hotel owner heard noises coming from the extractor fan but wasn’t sure what it was. When she went to investigate she spotted a tawny owl sitting behind the fan. The bird seemed bright and alert despite being trapped. When I arrived at the disused hotel the owl, who had tried to push her way out, was then wedged tight between the fan blades in the extractor! We suspect the bird had fallen down the large extractor and then, when trying to get out, had got wedged in the fan. The fan was sticky and covered in grease which made it harder for the bird to free herself. Initially she was stuck at the top of the fan, upside down. But then, struggling, she worked her way to the bottom. Thankfully, the cover was easily removed and we were able to free her. She had no major injuries but she was dehydrated and covered in thick grease so needed a good bath.” Leanne took the owl to Ryedale Rehab where she was given critical care, cleaned up, dried off and taken in for monitoring.