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Eight-year-old Hope Farrelly became Britain's youngest midwife when she delivered her baby brother at home. Little Hope was fast asleep in bed when she heard her mum, Melissa, screaming her name in the middle of the night.


When his parents' car spun off the road and plunged into a canal, Cameron Weir did not hesitate to save the lives of his younger brother and sister who were trapped in the wreck.


Last summer, Shae Thomas was fighting for her life in intensive care. Astonishingly, less than a year on, the seven-year-old has shown extraordinary courage and managed to return to school with her friends.


Brave Ashleigh showed courage beyond her years when she risked her own life to save her brother from a house fire while still recovering from an horrific leg injury.


Popping out for a pint of milk turned into an unforgettable experience for firefighter Tony Baker when he found himself face-to-face with armed robbers.


The daily school run took an unexpectedly dark turn for Julia O'Connor last year when she risked her life to save a woman from being stabbed to death.


On Thursday, July 7, Britain came under terrorist attack when suicide bombers targeted Central London and killed 52 people.


From a humble street vigil to meeting President Bush, the McCartney sisters' incredible display of courage in standing up to the IRA has inspired people across the world.


Terminal cancer sufferer Jane Tomlinson has raised a phenomenal £1m after four years of gruelling fundraising.


Dubbed the best ever Test cricket series, England's outstanding recapture of the Ashes made the sport the talk of the summer.


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