Heat exhaustion can pose a real danger to pets, so here's the RSPCA's top tips for keeping animals cool and comfortable during the hot weather.
People leaving prison could be given alcohol bans and sobriety tags under new plans to cut reoffending rates and drink-fuelled crime.
With eBay's coupling with Love Island putting secondhand outfits in the spotlight, here's 7 tips to follow when attempting to bag a bargain.
More than 770,000 people are missing out on more than £1.7 billion in unclaimed pension credits - are you one of them?
Stargazers are gearing up to capture June's Stawberry Supermoon and here's how and when you can see it from today.
Whatsapp users are being warned not to interact with a scam message offering free coolers of Heineken beer for Father's Day.
Hot, sunny weather could push the mercury into the 30s this week, says the Met Office, leading to some of the hottest days of the year.
As the AA calls for a 10p cut in fuel duty we look at other ways drivers can conserve what's in their tank to reduce petrol and diesel bills.
Hayfever sufferers are being told to prepare for very high pollen levels as warm sunny weather sweeps in just as grass pollen levels peak.
More than 40,000 railway workers are going on strike for three days this month in a move expected to plunge train services into chaos.
Scam texts impersonating the DVLA are attempting to con people out of money and personal details and drivers need to be aware, say officials.
Drivers must be prepared to soon pay £2 a litre for petrol and diesel, warns the RAC, as the cost of fuel reaches prices never seen before.
Drivers are being warned to expect traffic problems near shops and supermarkets as the nation gets ready for the Platinum Jubilee weekend.
New guidance for those with unexplained rashes has been issued by health officials as a further 71 monkeypox cases are found in England.
Some supermarkets are set to shorten or change their opening hours over the bank holiday weekend to make way for Jubilee celebrations.
Scammers are finding new ways to target holidaymakers as the demand for breaks and travel increases.
Those planning to get away for May half term and the Jubilee bank holiday are being told to plan ahead and expect delays.
5G and 4G phone masts could be attached to street lights, bus shelters and road signs under plans to cut red tape and improve people's mobile signal.
Time is running out to save Britain's butterfly species, warn experts, as a new endangered red list show half face are now facing extinction.
Gas and electric bills are facing another astronomical rise before the end of the year but why is it happening and what help is there for you?