Disabled boy, 4, receives prosthetic blade for Christmas just like his hero Jonnie Peacock Rio had lower right leg amputated at 14 months after being born without a knee or ankle jointHad got around using rigid NHS false limbAsked parents for a blade after watching Paralympics and meeting 100m runner Jonnie PeacockReceived new limb for Christmas thanks to Dorset-based company | UPDATED: 01:10 GMT, 26 December 2012 Like many little boys, four-year-old Rio Woolf dreams of following in the footsteps of his sporting idols.
Have a break, have £10k! KitKat firm Nestle hides GPS chips in six bars so they can track you down and hand over a briefcase full of cashChocolate giant launches “We Will Find You” campaign in UK Tracking devices are activated when you open the wrapperTeam of “commandos” despatched to your exact locationThey will swoop down from helicopter to hand you winnings
Chinese protester opposing government takeover of village land “is crushed to death by state-controlled road-flattening truck” Protester He Zhu Hua, appears to be crushed in shocking imagesHe opposed being moved after government tried to claim land for commercial useReports claim government then tried to hide body and sent security to quell anger from residents
Giant turtles call time on their 115 YEAR “marriage”: Despite couple counselling the husband has been forced to move out
One tall Strawberry Frappuccino – extra insects please! Starbucks reveals popular drink contains crushed BUGS. Have you ever wondered how Starbucks makes their Strawberry Frappuccinos look so vibrantly pink The pink hue is thanks to crushed upinsects, according to new information provided by the coffee chain giant.
Turtle boy: Child suffers from huge back mole that resembles a shell Villagers ostracised Didier and his family because they feared dark forces were at workBritish surgeon says Didier's condition was the most extreme case he had ever seen | UPDATED: 16:05 GMT, 25 April 2012 A child dubbed 'turtle boy' because of a giant mole that covered his back like a shell, can now live a normal life thanks to a British surgeon.