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Hi, I'm Ayshah with all the top stories this Sunday.


Princes William and Harry announce plans for a statue of their mum.


And find out why granny orcas are really important.


Prince William and Prince Harry have announced plans to create


a statue of their mum, Diana Princess of Wales,


on the 20th anniversary of her death.


The statue will be made for Kensignton Palace,


The princes say they hope the statue will recognise Diana's positive


impact in the UK and around the world, because they say


Next up, this is Alice, she's 15 and has trouble seeing


but now her life has been transformed by Billy,


Alice is one of the youngest people in the country


The pair go everywhere together including school.


It's a new term and there is a new face at this high school in


Billy the labrador is just one of 50 expert pups helping to guide blind


children or those who have problems with their sight in England.


I think it is good because I do not have to


constantly have to have people watching me.


In the past, guide dogs were not paired with children.


The amount of work you have to do with him and


If you put the work in, you get good results at the end of it.


These two have been together since October and


Having Billy in school allows her to gain independence, build resilience,


confidence and go through her school life as any other child would.


The school have had to create a quiet area


for Billy to rest in and somewhere for him to walk.


He has been a big hit with the rest of the pupils,


The novelty will wear off but everybody still loves him.


There have been big protests in America about Donald Trump's


controversial changes to who is allowed into America.


Yesterday, President Trump said people from seven mostly Muslim


countries would not be allowed into the US for at


Mr Trump said the move is to take back control over America's borders


and keep people safe but lots of people


And UK Prime minister Theresa May says she does not agree


Mrs May was criticised for not speaking out against it yesterday


but has now said although America should be free to make its own rules


There are also worries about how it could affect British people


who were born in those seven countries.


If you want to find out more, go online.


Footie now, and there were plenty of shocks in the fourth


round of the FA Cup with Wolves claiming the biggest victory,


knocking Liverpool out of the tournament 2-1.


Meanwhile, non-League Lincoln reached the fifth


in 115 years, thanks to a win against leaders Brighton.


And over at White Heart Lane this stoppage-time goal helped Spurs beat


Orcas, or killer whales, have fascinated scientists


for a long time, and experts in the US say that they could help


The BBC's Victoria Gill has been finding out how.


They are the magnificent mammals of the sea known


as their intelligence and close family bonds.


Researchers here in the USA have been studying


the lives of orcas for the past 40 years and what they found could help


to explain something that orcas and humans have in common.


Just like humans, orcas stop having babies


It makes us different because nearly all other animals carry on


Scientists have long wondered why we evolve like this and by recording


the births and deaths of every orca family here,


the researchers found that there is


a very important role of female orcas after they stop having babies,


Leading the pod and helping the family to


survive makes granny orcas very important.


It is tough for babies surviving and feeding themselves in


the wild and there is lots of competition within families.


This study shows that once grandma orcas stop having the babies


grandmothers can put their time and effort


into helping the rest of the


This could help explain why humans still


keep living long after having babies.


It backs up what lot of you might already think, grannies


Finally, the underwater pool that NASA trains astronauts in,


is now going to be open for businesses to use.


It's a super-sized swimming pool up to four storeys deep.


With fewer astronauts needing to use it for training, NASA say


that the pool can be rented out to other people, including pilots


Just enough time to tell you what's good over on the website.


You can watch the strangest news stories, play the quiz of the week


and find out why this massive polar beer gets a health check. That is


all from me. We are back just before two o'clock. See you then, guys.