Attacks on guide dogs are rising, it was revealed today as MPs prepare to debate extra controls for dangerous animals.
Postcard from... Madrid
Thomson said all passengers must be able to put on a life jacket and oxygen mask without help
Sir Chris Hoy has become the latest athlete to call time on his career
Twins often have a bond that is unbreakable
Those loveable meerkats have beaten Vinny Jones...in the race to the most liked advert of 2012.
The Government’s welfare reforms are leaving deafblind people in fear that they will struggle to communicate without support
The Playhouse needed to do something special to match last Christmas’s feelgood revival of Annie. But Ian Brown, making a speedy return as director to the house he left just this year after more than a decade at its artistic helm, comes within a mole’s whisker of achieving that formidable goal.
When the Copperbox played host to the handball during the Olympic Games it quickly gained a reputation for being one of the park's more raucous venues. Today the atmosphere was markedly more sedate. But when you play goalball, silence is golden.
Lib Dems threaten revolt unless Government does U-turn
In his documentary feature debut, Juraj Lehotsky reminds us what true love is.
This week marks the 200th anniversary of Louis Braille's birth on 4 January 1809. He was the inventor of the embossed system of type that is now used for reading and writing by blind and partially sighted people all over the world. Texts from almost every known language have been translated into Braille from Albanian to Zulu.
Blind adventurer, 32
South Korea's 7,000-strong sightless army takes to street to protect their livelihoods