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Robin and Emma-Jane Richards hope that it will "brighten people's day".
A BBC investigation has found that some people have been left with huge debts and escalating costs after buying homes through the government's shared ownership scheme.
The plan to ease Covid rules at Christmas and this year's Bake Off winner make the front pages.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
News that three households will be able to meet for a five-day Christmas dominates the front pages.
Intensive care nurse Valerie Bednar has inspired the design of a custom-fitted mask for NHS workers.
The president-elect has previously said Brexit must not endanger the Good Friday Agreement.
The number of children removed from school registers in Wales between March and September is up 46%.
The treatment of people who came to the UK from the Caribbean added to historic injustices, a report says.
Leading piper says complaints over inappropriate behaviour are often "laughed off".
The admiral who coined the term would have been "Trumpesque" on Twitter, a descendant believes.
An advert inflated the extent using a black cab could protect users from Covid, a watchdog says.
Scientists demonstrate a scanning device that will make it easier to study the brain.
When Sami Wunder started out as a dating and relationships coach there was one issue that scared her.
US President-elect Joe Biden says closing the border would be "just not right".
As Boris Johnson is driving UK emissions down, is his chancellor preparing to drive them back up?
After 10 gruelling episodes in the tent, Peter, Laura and Dave discover which of them has won.
Cardiff shoppers share their views about Covid rule changes between 23 and 27 December to allow three households to mix.
How you and your family can celebrate Christmas and minimise the spread of coronavirus.
More than 1 in 5 secondary school pupils in England were out of school last week because of coronavirus.