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A selection of bras have appeared hanging from bushes on a roundabout in Lincoln.
It is a mystery as to how or why they have been put on the Carholme Roundabout.
The country's most famous address, number 10 Downing Street has sold at auction for £43,000.
But the Prime Minster isn't moving house, it is in fact a property in Nottingham.
It’s not even got the famous black door, instead it’s a traditional three storey two bedroomed end-terraced house in Sutton in Ashfield.
Twenty-week-old snow leopard Makalu has experienced the outdoors for the first time since he was born at Dudley Zoo.
Makalu, who was born in May, was joined by his mum Nanga as they began exploring the rocks, cave and pool in the outdoor enclosure.
He made his public debut in June but has only just been able to step into the great outdoors.
A 92-year-old ex-pilot said his first ever sky dive was a 'wonderful sensation'.
Peter Proctor was a Spitfire pilot during the Second World War, and never had to use a parachute before today - but he added he would like to do another sky dive in the future.
A former Spitfire pilot has completed his very first sky dive in Peterborough.
92-year-old Peter Proctor never had to use his parachute during the Second World War.
He successfully completed his charity charity jump at Sibson airfield this afternoon.