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How AI is helping to save the Amazon - Positive News
Machine learning gets a bad rap, but when harnessed for good, it can supercharge environmental work, writes Martin Wright
Teacher livid as mum tells her she should be 'ashamed' of her outfit at concert
A woman was horrified when she was reprimanded by a parent for her choice of outfit, despite not being at work at the time, leading to a a dispute between the pair
How much will this year's Panini World Cup sticker album cost to complete?
In the early days of the World Cup tradition, a pack of four stickers would cost 5p, but now, with packs containing an extra sticker, they will set collectors back 90p.
Giant 6ft dog 'size of a human' finds home after families thought he was too big
Basher the 6ft mastiff dog has finally found a forever family after spending two years in an RSPCA shelter - he found it difficult to be rehomed due to his massive 9st 4lb size
How even Sweden's PM has been tweeting the wrong Liz Truss
A woman called Liz Trussell, who appeared to have nabbed the Twitter handle @LizTruss before the new Conservative leader, has been sending cheeky replies to people who think she's Britain's next prime minister.
Rishi Sunak was asked his favourite McDonald's meal and it didn't go well
At least the question wasn't 'how much is a first class stamp?'
Trapped squirrel forces Greggs shop to close
The cheeky critter was captured in a branch of the high street pastry specialist in Perthshire, Scotland, on Saturday, and was not freed into the nearby Faskally woods until Tuesday evening.
'Udderly ridiculous': Firefighters spend three hours re-mooving cow stuck in a tree
The unfortunate animal had to be rescued by firefighters after it got stuck in a tree in Hampshire. The cow couldn't re-moove itself from its predicament and looked a little bit mooo-dy.
122-year-old chocolate bars found in attic sell for more than £500
They were made during the reign of Queen Victoria in 1899 - but were controversial.
How to take a mental health day – and make the most of it
From painting to tree bathing, there are many ways to look after yourself on a mental health day
Police find cocaine worth £1.2m hidden in wheelchair at Milan airport
After the sniffer dog flagged the drugs to officers, the wheelchair user got up and started walking unaided. Police said they found the drugs stuffed into the wheelchair's upholstery.
Cobra regurgitates entire snake after eating too much for lunch
It tried to eat the entire snake whole.
Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up (Official Music Video)
The official video for “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick AstleyTaken from the album ‘Whenever You Need Somebody’ – deluxe 2CD and digital deluxe out 6th May ...
Nature restoration: what is it and how can it help us reach net zero? - Positive News
A key part of net zero strategies is to regenerate and restore nature. But what does the natural world have to do with emissions?
Gathering of 372 Nigels eases fears of mass ‘Nige’ extinction
You wait ages for a Nigel, and then 372 turn up at once.
The children’s picture book for ‘dope black dads’ - Positive News
Founder of the Dope Black Dads podcast, Marvyn Harrison used his own struggles to inspire a global community of parents
Cambridge's medieval friars were 'riddled with parasites' - and it's easy to see why
While their monastery homes had latrine blocks and hand-washing facilities, researchers revealed the friars were partial to manuring garden crops with their own faeces - and purchasing fertiliser containing human or pig excrement.
Mum humiliated to learn husband named baby after comic book and she had no clue
A mum has claimed that she feels 'betrayed' and 'humiliated' as her husband claims that he 'forgot to mention' where the origin of their daughter's baby name stemmed from
The label you touch to know if your food’s gone bad – and the woman pioneering it - Positive News
Best before dates aren’t always accurate. Luckily, Solveiga Pakštaitė’s solution is
Taylor Swift songwriting course to be offered at university in Texas
The Taylor Swift Songbook will fill a blank space at the University of Texas at Austin, meaning the star's songs will be "read" alongside Chaucer, Shakespeare, and other artists students will hope to know all too well by the end of their studies.
Pig's caught running through people's gardens
The porker has not been jailed.
Right to roam: a campaign to ramble freely in England - Positive News
The Right to Roam campaign encourages people to reclaim what was once theirs with poetry, picnics, and joy
Thief moons witnesses through car window in police appeal CCTV
Officers asked anyone who recognised the man (or his backside?) to get in touch.
Man struck by lightning while sitting in his living room on his PlayStation
Doctors believe a bolt of lightning ricocheted off a puddle and burst through his window, hitting him in the arm.
The retrofit boom: the builders who won’t just knock it down and start again - Positive News
As the construction industry moves towards a more sustainable future, is it time we stop demolishing buildings and join the retrofit revolution?