A former British Airways engineer has used his passion for model-making to build two of BA's aircrafts out of thousands of matchsticks.Read the full story ›
Well done that woman! Some people just can't help themselves when Frozen comes on, especially on Commercial Road in Portsmouth.
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It's the longest running photographic exhibition of its kind in the world, and this year Banbury has been chosen to display the winners of the Royal Photographic Society's international competition. And several photographers from our region made it to the final one hundred. Cary Johnston reports.
He's the twinkle toes of Winchester - the groover and the shaker making everyone smile. 87 year old Ronald Burgess has ballroom danced since he was 15 - and had stopped his dancing ways completely - up until now.
Ronald is now regularly dancing on the High Street. A video of the pensioner has been viewed thousands of times - and he's become an overnight sensation. Divya Kohli reports.
A one tonne horse has had to be airlifted to safety by crane after getting stuck in mud in Dorney.Read the full story ›
A litter of puppies at Dogs Trust Salisbury is ready to dance off to new homes, after staff named them after the judges of Strictly Come Dancing.
The 9 week old Lurcher cross pups have been nicknamed - wait for it -Craig Revel ‘Paw-wood’, Len ‘Gooddog’, Darcey ‘Bushey Tail’ and ‘Boneo Tail-ioli’
Staff at the re-homing centre hope they will dazzle potential new owners with their ‘jazz paws’ and find a home worthy of a perfect 10.
“The Strictly pups are an adorable bunch with so much energy, they have the staff dancing in circles around them but we wouldn’t have it any other way! Like the celebrities on Strictly, they could benefit from a little extra training and are sure to keep new owners on their toes, but they have the potential to be the stars of any household.”
If you think you can give any of these puppies a home, or would like to visit Dogs Trust Salisbury, call Dogs Trust Salisbury 01980 629853 or visit the centre at 45 Amesbury Road, Newton Tony, Wiltshire, SP4 0HW. For more information visit www.dogstrust.org.uk
An international club for men with handlebar moustaches has released a calendar to raise money for a children's charity.Read the full story ›
After experts were baffled by the new 'cat circles' theory, pet owners put it to the test in their homes.Read the full story ›
The National Lottery celebrates 20 years of creating millionaires this week and for the past two decades billions of pounds has also been handed over to good causes.
Our reporter Sarah Saunders went along to one of the projects in the South East made possible thanks to lottery money, with jackpot winners from Kent Ted and Marilyn Newton.
The odds of winning are 1 in 14 million ... but every year three and a half thousand people hit the jackpot and become National Lottery millionaires. And 20 years since the competition was launched, more than £53 billion has been given away in prizes.
To mark the 20th anniversary Sarah Saunders met Ted and Marilyn Newton from Kent to find out what it feels like when your lucky numbers come in.