1. Annette Gabbedey - Jeweller with no fingers (Revised Edit)

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    [Re-graded with Film Convert] Picture Editors Guild submission. A talented jeweller has found her own way to make miniature masterpieces worth thousands of pounds -- despite being born with no FINGERS. Annette Gabbedey, 48, spends months creating delicate rings and bracelets, glittering with precious diamonds and opals in her workshop. But the expert goldsmith does not have any special tools to help her work without digits - she simply adapts conventional crafting devices to create dazzling ornaments. Determined Annette - who insists she is not disabled - even says she could not imagine doing her job with fingers because they "must get in the way".

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    • Couple adopt eight children from Sierra Leone - [Colour Graded re-edited version]

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      Hayley and Mike Jones instantly increased the size of their brood from two to ten by adopting the children from Sierra Leone. The pair, from Tennessee, USA, wanted a bigger family but were put off having children after both of Hayley's pregnancies ended with emergency C-sections. After visiting an orphanage in Africa they decided to adopt a world-record breaking eight siblings at once - seven boys and a girl. The children - aged 16 to 5 - were destined for a life in a home after their father was killed and their mum couldn't cope.

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      • The Jones Dozen

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        A couple have set a new world record for the largest single adoption after taking in EIGHT siblings from an African orphanage. Hayley and Mike Jones instantly increased the size of their brood from two to ten by adopting the children from Sierra Leone. The pair, from Tennessee, USA, wanted a bigger family but were put off having children after both of Hayley's pregnancies ended with emergency C-sections. After visiting an orphanage in Africa they decided to adopt a world-record breaking eight siblings at once - seven boys and a girl. The children - aged 16 to 5 - were destined for a life in a home after their father was killed and their mum couldn't cope.

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        • Annette Gabbedey - Jeweller with no fingers

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          A talented jeweller has found her own way to make miniature masterpieces worth thousands of pounds -- despite being born with no FINGERS. Annette Gabbedey, 48, spends months creating delicate rings and bracelets, glittering with precious diamonds and opals in her workshop. But the expert goldsmith does not have any special tools to help her work without digits - she simply adapts conventional crafting devices to create dazzling ornaments. Determined Annette - who insists she is not disabled - even says she could not imagine doing her job with fingers because they "must get in the way".

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          • Lauren Uncles (10) who had a golf-ball sized tumour detected during a routine eye test

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            A 10-year-old schoolgirl had her life saved by a routine eye test which showed a tumour the size of a GOLF BALL pressing against her brain. Lauren Uncles went to her local opticians to get some prescription sunglasses for a family holiday in Cornwall on August 21. But during her eye exam optometrist David Strachan spotted swelling behind her optic nerve. Little Lauren was then rushed from her local Specsavers branch in Burton-on-Trent, Staffs., to nearby Queen's Hospital for further tests.

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            • Behind the scenes at the Cadbury Easter Egg factory in Bournville

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              Watch how a Cadbury's easter egg is made in this exclusive look at one of the biggest chocolate factories in the UK. Annually Bournville produces 47 million shell eggs of the 90 million which the British will eat this Easter. Cadbury made its first creme-filled egg way back in 1923 and its first shell Easter egg in 1875.

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