Snippets from the week's news, sliced, diced and processed for your convenience.
1. Cockroaches groom themselves to improve their sense of smell.
2. Hartlepool United has players called Hartley and Poole.
3. Students can be awarded a £9,000 university bursary for being related to a grocer or a travelling salesman.
More details (Daily Telegraph)
4. It took Education Secretary Michael Gove seven attempts to pass his driving test.
More details (BBC Political Correspondent Gary O'Donoghue)
5. MPs drink more French wine than any other variety.
More details (Daily Mail)
6. Housing in the borough of Elmbridge in Surrey is worth more than all the property in Glasgow.
More details (The Financial Times)
7. Senior managers at Lego have to sit social media exams.
More details (Brand Republic)
8. Kasabian's tour bus always contains a variety pack of Walkers crisps.
More details (The Sun)
9. Wines with animals on the label are known as "critter wines" in the US.
More details (The Guardian))
10. Female hawksbill turtles can store sperm for 75 days.
More details (Science Daily)
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