1101 GMT October 18, 2021
House in US made entirely out of recycled gravestones
There’s many weird and wonderful homes around the world with fascinating architecture and many stories to tell.
A year after he left for good, Dingle bids farewell to Fungie
A dolphin's decades-long stay made this Irish town famous
When Ireland entered one of the world's most restrictive pandemic lockdowns in early 2020, Jimmy Flannery was worried how one of his best friends would cope.
'Strange looking' black bird spooks park visitors as it 'eerily perches on branch'
A rare 'strange looking' bird spooked visitors as it perched on a branch in London's Alexandra Palace.
Teacher reads bedtime story to students on Facebook Live a day after undergoing brain surgery
A fourth-grade teacher at an elementary school in the US read a bedtime story to her students on Facebook Live a day after she had brain surgery.
Mum-of-ten shows off chaotic mealtime routine as people hail her 'superwoman'
A mum-of-ten has been branded as 'superwoman,' and even compared to a master chef, after revealing how she prepares all the meals for her large family.
Liberian teen becomes hero for finding and returning $50,000
A teenager in Liberia who has become a national hero after finding $50,000 and returning it to its rightful owner said he will meet the country’s president next week.
Street art emerges in Sao Paulo from the ashes of the burning Amazon
Brazilian artist Mundano has used ash from the burned Amazon rainforest to create a street mural in Sao Paulo of a firefighter standing amid deforestation, fires and dead animals.
Man finds nearly 50-year-old message between two walls of his home
An Australian man renovating his home found a message in a bottle concealed between two walls, and was able to find one of the construction workers who wrote the note nearly 50 years earlier.
African caracal captured after escape in Detroit suburb
A large African cat that escaped from a Royal Oak home, in the US state of Michigan, Wednesday morning has been caught and returned to its owner, according to a group who rescues lost pets.
Canadian couple gets their dream home by moving it on water
A scene out of rural Newfoundland history sprang to life on Thanksgiving Day as a two-storey house bobbed along the Bay of Islands, Canada, toward a new life on a new shoreline.
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