Mars and Venus will appear close together in the sky in a unique meeting - or conjunction - with the moon. Here's how you might be able to see it.
Cases of the Lambda variant have been found in the UK and with concerns it could be more transmissable, here's all you need to know about its arrival.
Giving goldfish as prizes is 'cruel and outdated', says the RSPCA, which wants councils to ban funfairs maintaining the tradition.
Vehicles sat unused and garages which are too small for modern cars is causing parking problems in residential streets, says a new report.
Mobile phone users are being told to be aware of a new scam in which fraudsters will target them with calls made from numbers similar to their own.
Buckingham Palace visitors will enjoy picnics on the royal lawns for the first time this Friday and there are still tickets on sale for the summer.
A major supermarket chain is collecting unwanted clothes for recycling and offering money-off vouchers in return.
With restrictions easing and more outings on the horizon, parents are being reminded to check their children's car seats are suitable.
Two well-known sun creams, including one made for children, have failed Which? tests leading to a warning for shoppers to avoid them this summer.
Every year thousands of flying ants take to the skies in swarms all at once. But when is Flying Ant Day 2021 and what should you do when they arrive?
With pollen counts returning to 'very high' levels, there's a warning for sufferers who plan to get behind the wheel of their car.
Are you packing-up to pitch-up this summer? Here are some camping rules you should be aware of, that if not followed, could cost you thousands.
Rosemary beetles looks like glitter-covered ladybirds but can cause huge problems in gardens during the summer. Have you got them?
People found guilty of animal cruelty face spending much longer in prison, under changes to the law which are now in force.
Parents of pupils, being sent home to isolate after coming into contact with coronavirus, could be entitled to a £500 one-off support payment.
As Wimbledon visitors begin to enjoy millions of British strawberries there's a warning the fruit, alongside other home grown crops, is under threat.
Is it illegal to drive in flip flops, with headphones or with one headlight, are among questions most 'googled' by drivers. We find the answers here:
The way we pay for petrol at the pumps is changing but it's leaving some drivers frustrated.
Ahead of tonight's Harry Potter Book Night, and with London's new magical exhibition weeks away, we dive into J.K. Rowling's wizarding world.
A new greener petrol is being sent to forecourts this summer, but it's not a perfect match for all vehicles and drivers are being warned to check.