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Calne claims world record for largest live nativity

A town in Wiltshire says it has broken the world record for the largest live nativity.

'Human swan' crosses the Channel and arrives in the UK

A woman attempting to follow swans on their annual migration from Russia to the UK has successfully flown across the English Channel on a paraglider.

Scientists make fake dog nose to sniff out explosives

Scientists in America have made a fake dog nose, to help improve bomb detection.

How do you grow bananas without sun?

It's close to the Arctic, doesn't get much sun and is pretty cold - so how are bananas thriving in Iceland? CBBC's Fran Scott went to find out.

Niagara Falls gets brightly coloured makeover

The North American waterfalls have had a makeover - brand new colourful lighting to brighten up the tourist attraction at night.

Is this the best goal by a goalie EVER?

Watch something you wouldn't expect a goalie to ever do - head down to the other side of the pitch and score the equalising goal in the final minutes of the game!

Did the right person win I'm a Celebrity?

It was the final of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here last night - are you happy with the winner?

Strange things named after celebrities

X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger has just had a road gritter named after her. See which other celebs have had something strange named after them.

The duvet that makes itself

A new duvet is being developed in Canada, that can make itself after being slept in.

Hans Zimmer on making music for Planet Earth 2

Hollywood composer Hans Zimmer tells us how he used music to bring the amazing stories of David Attenborough's Planet Earth 2 to life.

Polar bear cub arrives in time for Christmas

Check out this newborn polar bear cub and his snoozing mum at a zoo in Munich, Germany.

Nico Rosberg quits F1 after becoming world champion

German driver Nico Rosberg has quit Formula 1 days after becoming world champion in Abu Dhabi.

Jonny Brownlee: "Alistair's never bought me a Christmas present"

A blue wig and cutlery?! Find out what presents triathlon superstars Alistair and Jonny Brownlee give and receive at Christmas.

Watch the Red Arrows in action in China

The UK's leading flight display team has just completed its latest tour, which saw it do its first public display in China

Tracy Beaker illustrator helping young Syrian refugees

Nick Sharratt, illustrator for the Tracy Beaker books, is teaching young Syrian refugees how to express themselves through drawings.

3D technology gives girl new right ear

With the latest 3D technolgy nine-year-old Anya will be getting something special for Christmas this year - a brand new ear!

Meet the alpaca guards protecting turkeys

Watch the alpacas with a very important role - guarding 24,000 turkeys from being attacked by foxes!

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Send us your nativity play photos

It's Christmas, so at school it can mean only one thing - it's time for nativity plays. We want your photos!

The week's weirdest news stories: Strange, Stranger, Strangest

Watch Newsround's round-up of the week's weirdest news stories in Strange, Stranger, Strangest.

Guide: Who are the Red Arrows?

The UK's leading flight display team has just completed its latest tour, with its first public display in China. But who are these pilots?

Advice if you're upset by the news

What to do if you are upset by the news - advice for kids.

Guide: What is anxiety?

Newsround spoke to mental health charity Mind to find out more about anxiety and what you can do if you're worried you might be experiencing it.

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