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RAF Brize Norton spotted a novel way of recycling discarded cargo nets.
They decided to donate twelve to Twycross Zoo to help liven up the habitats for the chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutans and bonobos.
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Party members can show their support to the new PM with Birmingham made cuff links on sale as the annual conference rolls in to town.Read the full story ›
Thousands of vehicles have been confiscated by police forces because their drivers were either not insured or did not have a valid license.Read the full story ›
Motorists were stunned when they spotted the Ewe-sain Bolt of the sheep world bounding down the middle of a busy dual carriageway.Read the full story ›
A monowheel motorcycle made in Lincolnshire that can reach speeds of more than 60 miles an hour, has made it's way into the record books.
It's just one of the latest achievements to be revealed today by the Guinness book of World Records.
A monowheel motorcycle is one large wheel that revolves around a track and the engine and rider sit inside. The driver has to control the vehicle using careful control of throttle and perfect balance.
To achieve the World Records title, the monowheel had to be run solely on power produced by its engine and the speed had to be timed from a flying start over a distance of no less than a quarter mile (402 metres).