Twenty-five workers from a German factory reportedly been sent to hospital after eating sandwiches laced with rat poison.
Peregrine Falcons are protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act and the company can not legally access the mast until any chicks had fledged
Horatio Clare asks why the Government won't ban the worst pesticides
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, gave notice today that he is out to end the “growing menace” of the urban fox after a young baby was attacked in his home in the capital, losing a finger.
The job market is undoubtedly tough, even tougher if the job you're after involves sitting down all day, reading a book and occasionally playing an accordion.
As National Anti-Shooting week draws to a close, guns are in the news, but it's not only humans that fall victim to violence
Two studies confirm dangers of 'nerve agents' used on one-third of all British cropland
They're back – and this time we haven't got the balls to stop them. Francesca Infante reports
A huge rise in its numbers should not stop us giving the maligned rodent more respect
A team of international toxicologists has been called in to investigate the sudden deaths of five foreign tourists in the Thai city of Chiang Mai, after doubts were cast over claims made by local authorities that the deaths were coincidental, and potentially caused by food poisoning.
A new generation of pesticides is implicated in the widespread deaths of bees and other pollinators and should be suspended in Britain while the Government reviews new scientific evidence about their effects, MPs were told yesterday.
Britain's beekeepers are at war over their association's endorsement for money of four insecticides, all of them fatal to bees, made by major chemical companies.
A Chinese takeaway was ordered to shut down after two live mice were found in a box of noodles.
Pest infestations are on the rise as cash-strapped councils phase out free extermination services