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An elderly woman has found a 'Jane Austen' £5 note worth £50,000 and donated it anonymously to 'help young people'
She said she doesn't need the money 'at her time of life'.
2017 is the centenary of JFK's birth and Massachusetts is pulling out all the stops
The 35th President was born in Brookline in 1917.
A 10-year-old applied to be Cambridge's Professor of Lego and his heartwarming letter is an inspiration to us all
There's hope for the world yet.
Thousands raised for night shelter after Cambridge student burns £20 in front of homeless man
Cambridge raises £8,000 for night shelter after Ronald Coyne burns £20 in front of homeless man.
This man will become only the second Briton ever to complete the 5-month trek across the Great Himalaya Trail
Ian Whittaker will celebrate his 60th birthday 5,120m above sea level.
Finally the good news we’ve all been waiting for: it’s ok to eat ice cream for breakfast
Need some good news? Look no further.
What happens when you flush the toilet on a cruise ship?
Where does it all go?
7 student-friendly weekend yoga retreats for less than £230
Get ready for good food, beautiful scenery and blissful relaxation.
Bath voted UK’s number one feel-good city
97% of visitors said that Bath made them feel happier.
'World's most luxurious gap year' offers students £46k world cruise
Forget slumming it on your gap year... this trip spans six continents and 15 countries...
9 books that will make you want to travel in 2017
Fancy some wanderlust? Read on...
This man hitchhiked from Georgia to Iran to make you believe in humanity
He says that the world is a much safer place than the media leads us to believe...
Forget email scandals, Hillary Clinton's crime is not being young and hot
It's not rocket science. Trump has only done so well because we don't trust women in power.
Spot the foreigner: Six tips for blending in when in Andalucía
Trust me, I've learned from experience
Navigating the Edinburgh Fringe: A five-step guide
Your first time at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe can be daunting and it's easy to be overwhelmed by the chaos. See below for a five-step Fringe Survival Guide for the uninitiated.