Missy a 13-year-old ginger cat was found with a fractured skull, broken jaw and had all her teeth knocked out
He thrilled crowds but played in apartheid era
The images in the book highlight that most things in life do not last
The number of applicants went down… but the quality went up
Naked rambling is not for wimps. Since 2003, when he first walked from Land's End to John o' Groats, in only his walking boots, rucksack and an occasional hat, Stephen Gough, has exhibited a remarkably stubborn determination to be himself. If it's not the unforgiving freezing winds, it's the unforgiving local police force, between them conspiring to force Gough to do the one thing he will not: put some clothes on.
If you go down to the woods today you’re sure for a big surprise – especially if you have dogs.
To try to locate more of the royal bones, archaeologists may excavate at the site of the city's medieval Abbey where the pelvic fragment was originally found
Someone’s about to make a Splash!
The Food Standards Agency has issued a warning after a man died as a result of drinking pear juice laced with cocaine.
Huddled against the cold and with heads bowed, a small congregation remembered the Clapham rail crash exactly 25 years after it claimed 35 lives.
Police have closed off the stretch of shoreline at Weston in Hampshire, and said officers are keeping an open mind as to how the remains got there
British Airways cancelled about 150 domestic and European flights in an effort to protect its long-haul schedule
The Wessex League Division One's crest has been deemed too similar to Tottenham's
iPhone and iPad app locates nearest defibrillator for people suffering cardiac arrest
Childbirth is an erstwhile feminine mystery that television has helped demystify in recent years, thanks in particular to One Born Every Minute.
Forecast from Cabinet ministers follows announcement that protected Glasgow shipbuilding jobs while scrapping them in Portsmouth